Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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HISTORY' 'the S"51f-
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'JAN 2 6Outside. SECTION I At '14 Pag.' SINCE 1879

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Heavy rains In Texas Arkansas and Missouri Wednesday afternoon School N.w.. I'. . :'. 6A .4 -
will move northeastward across the Mississippi Vallw-and In- legatls. . . . . .1/ I''IA I ill r' <171( I II 1/1I7I1 I'I" 11llI/'
to the Ohio Valley and will have little effect on our weather here A CIas.IH.d Ads.-.B,9 10A ''I I II I I I l'I'I I 'I.I I p I I

high pressure ridge across north Florida is holding the colder air Spar... : . . . : II,. 12A t I I '' f"I / I
associated with the front from penetrating our area. I I I I ", ,
Continued warm days and mild nights should hold through the SECTION II 12 Po". I
weekend with mid 70 degree temperatures in the afternoon and mid ,vo.T.ch News. 1.10.128 'I I
50 degree temperatures at night. Some increase in cloudiness: and N.w. Brl.rl 2. 58
foggy mornings expected with little or no rain. Ar.a N.w.. 3. 78 _
Sunrise this morning, January 18, was at 7:26 and suimut will 1 be Court Flnall. 6, S8 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
at 5:53.: The day length is lOh 28m an increase of 15 minutes since 98
December 21, the shortest day of the year, just four week ago. U.C. Sport 1 118 Kith Year STAUkK. KLOKIDA :35 Cents Copy
27th Issue Thursday January /B, 1900 USPS 062-700

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Worth NG Mobilization May Make Starke A BUSY PlaceA I

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flashback to World War II days will tion since the Koreancmil list aof-ordlng to only 5TOO troops, some units will be bivouacking Hotanuns last weeK that an estimated $3.4
NotingFriday return to Starke for a thr a-u eek period star. Col. Kent 1'etelle of Camp rilnmlinu;. in tents on the base. Large blocks of hotel million will be spent on the exercise. Including
ting April 28 when National Guardsmen and Involving an estimated! 10unit soldiery and rooms' have been reserved Starke and payroll, and a good portion should
support units start moving Into Camp Bldn, support personnel the exercise will pea Orange ParK to house support personnel fromFOI.t seep into the Starke area economy.
Friends... ding for a massive mobilization test_ "Call- May 5 when all participating units will be on Stewart, Ga.; Health Services Command
Forward 90". base ut the same time Departure lime IS May from Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and other Residents of Starke, Kingsley Lake and
Friday Friends will meet in the it 20. units from Atlanta headquarters.. A large Keystone Heights will not be exposed to ex-
Fellowship Hall of the First United The mission will be to test Camp Blandin 's Participating in the \exercise will l be number of visitors will also arrive during the cessive noise, Ma Wiles said since no
Methodist Church Friday, January mobilization plan, as well as the ability of Florida's 53rd Brigade I the All> Dclense Artillery exercise. 8-inche howitzers will be fired during the ex
19, at 12 noon. other Guard units to orgaiwe;\ ; and move to Battalion from South ell 'oliu.i and the ercise. He said that Starke will experience a
Bring and friend and a covered mobilization stations during a national 841st /Engineer Battalion, based in Miami Maj. Doug Wiles public affairs officer for sharp increase in vehicular traffic during the
dish, and enjoy the fellowship. Rod emergency. It will be the largest such opera Since Blanding bin'ruck* can .""i'<>mnm Buchele will be the speaker.

Gator QB Club... Commission Lacks

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Authority to Tax
will hold it's annual banquetin
For Current
the Camp Blanding Post Head-

quarters Armory, Thursday, Feb. .1'' County JailEMS
22. Social hour 6:30 p.m.; Dinnerat .. <
7:30: p.m. ', t
Guest speaker will be Gator FeeOf

Coach Steve Spurrier. .. .
Tickets available at $15 each. "
Call Hazel Hardy Ph. 964-7451 ".

FAD Meeting... $35Planned

Families against drugs will meet I
Tuesday Jan. 23, in the Vo Tech ;
Media Center at 7:30 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning; r t
how we can make a difference m
alcohol and drug abuse is en-
couraged and invited to attend. Told by counsel that they lack
authority to place a special assess
Boys. ment for jail operating funds Brad-
Ken Clark and the Merry Moun- ford commissioners opted Friday,
tain Boys will present a program !A Jan. 12, to rescind the jail assessment -
Saturday Jan. 20, at 2:30 p.m., in and only levy a $35 assess-
Whispering Pines Care Center. Ww ..., ment for emergency medical ser-

: Family night, scheduled Saturday vices.It .
Jan. :27, has been cancelled. will take several months for the
Everyone is invited! to the Ken "., special assessment ordinance to be
Clark show. amended and for bills to be mailed.
The $35 assessment will be for one

BHS Alumni... year from its effective date, yet to be

The BHS Alumni Assocliation will set.The decision lowers the

hold its monthly meeting Monday, assessment from$100,$70 for tail
Jan. 22, in the western Steer and $30 for emergency medical ser
Steakhouse. Dutch treat dinner at 6 vice (EMS),. by $65. Told it is
p.m., business meeting at 7 p.m. necessary to amend the special
This is the first meeting in 1990, assessment ordinance to eliminatethe
and is very important. jail operations fee, commissioners
President Dale Brown Invites all A decided to Increase the EMS
alumni and friends to attend. Fl, At. assessment by $3 to$35 to cover sen-

,..y'a ding out the bills.
.. Alumni Day... It's a Bot... The $35 assessment must also be

Southslde Elementary invites 'r"1 SPq"M' y tocal greens growers lost all approved! by Starke commissioners
.... to "Alumni pay.MAn..u.: t, lk--" rs +< +Nis 1 nr b :tI't broadleaf mustard greens In th* 19S, .y 'l1.ll1 an enabling city ordinance pass.Bd. lot"
everyone ,0.-' .. I:
<<"'"" "day and Therday >3.24; ,,".1 Chrlsfma eirind ether'greens City Attorney-Terri-Brown
Johnny KopelousOi worked
8:30-11 craps suffered extensive damage. attorney
: a.m.Guests
the Strawberry plants came through with together on restructuring the assess-
are to sign
ment. Brown said he'd clear the
loss only to the bloom.
register in the library and enjoy legality of the $35 with the city council -
and Norman with 171 acres of
class on Buddy
photographs posters leaving the city commissioners
and collards, take a
display. mustard turnips to work out the needs and philosophywith
t + 't, br.ak In front of his produc. stand anUS the county.A .
Chamber Banquet..., -301. A steady stream of customers $35 assessment leaves the coun-
The Starke-Bradford County w.r. stopping In to buy strawberriesand ty with a a budget shortfall of around
Chamber of Commerce will hold its .. t.. 44 south.other vegetables from further 830000. Commissioners met for

annual banquet Saturday, Jan. :27, over three hours but did nothing
in the Armory at Camp Blanding.. Owen Thornton was running a tractor about working out their budget
The social hour begins at 6 p.m. over turnips that survived the cold, deficit.
The Chamber will make four In an attempt to dry them out. Thorn- Attorney Kopelousos urged com-
awards again this year ton said recent rains almost drowned missioners to explore ways to in-
Humanitarian of the year, Citizenof vegetables that survived the cold. crease county funding. Ideas mentioned -

the year, Outstanding BHS Stu- Barring another hard freeze there include:
be of total( vegetables A special assessment for law en-
dent and Outstanding Santa Fe a good supply
Community College Student.RecycleRecycle. shortly. .>.-' .' r. forcement in unincorporated areas;
towns already are paying for police

... protection.
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Request, if the judge sees fit, an
A recycling fair is set Saturday .. increase in fines and forteitures.
Feb. 5, In the Lake Butler Com- "That's the element that is causingour
munity Center 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to problem" said Kopelousos.
kickoff the recycling effort of the Increasing building permits and
trl-county New River Solid Waste zoning fees..Increasing.
Association. occupational licenses.A .
Bands games recycling vendors special assessment for roads.
and recycling containers will be Increasing the millage rate
part of the fair. Freeze Local something commissioners think is a
By 1994 Floridans must be Damage Delays Vegetables foregone conclusion for the 1990-91

recycling 30 percent of their waste budget.Commissioners.
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under the 1988 Solid Waste Manage- are looking into
ment Act.Firat by Buster Rohn BCT Staff Wrlt.r Thornton estimated he lost $7-$8 thousand dollars in sales .because of the adding a penny for Bradford Countyto

L.M. (Buddy) Norman and Owen Thornton, both of whom grow vegetablesand I\'eeze. the state's six percent sales tax,
Baptist... operate retail vegetable stands on US-301 between Starke and Lawtej Norman said the freeze was not as damaging as the cold in December, 1983 which must be voted on by county
reported the mustard greens about "wiped out" by the Christmas Iruexe. and January 1985, when strawberry plants were killed in the field. voters. By Florida law the sales tax
Starke First Baptist Church In- heavy damage to collards and turnips, and strawberry blooms killed. Bolh Norman, a native of Bradford County said the 198J-85 cold snap was the must be for specific capital outlay
vites everyone to attend its annual accepted the crop losses as being one of the hazards of farming, and only time he ever saw strawberry plants killed. Strawberry blooms are killed projects, not current operating
January Bible Conference, Jan. are now attempting to overcome the damage with fertilizer end tender,. loving frequently but the plants are hardy and survive normal winters. funds which is where the county's
28-31. "The snow and ice acted as a blanket this time, protecting the plants to problem lies.Current .
This year adults will be lead care. nut some extent," Norman said. plans are for the local op-
Thornton said he had a 100 percent loss on 3.5 acres of white turnips,
through the writings of the Apostle will survive. This week he is plowing !lie field, Norman, with about 175 acres In vegetables this year, estimates his lossesat tion sales tax to be placed on an elec-
Paul, found In 11 Corinthians. The some younger the"purple-tops"water-soaked of vegetables. | $20-$25 thousand in gross sales, is fertilizing and plowing the fields to revitalize tion ballot this fall tentatively to
Rev. Ben Bryant will lead the trYing to dry rows kill drowned following the the remaining plants. build a new jail and enlarge the
Thornton said 'tWhat the cold didn't almost ,
discussion. The vegetable crop was "just coming in," Norman said with some cutting courthouse. A committee headed by
Youth will be taut spiritual Christmas Some of the freeze mustard: greens on Thornton's farm were two feet high ready already in progress when the cold hit 10-12 acres of mustard was totally: lost, Commissioner Joe Riddick is being
truths as found gospel of the cold hit. and 80-90( acres of greens were severly damaged. organized to study the sales tax
for market when
Luke by Chuck Coburn. said "Curl" mustard stood the cold better than ,the regular, Norman bought a 40 acre plot about 3 miles north of Starke last year and possibilities. The first primary election -
Classes will begin at 7:30: p.m., Thornton finish a has built a roadside vegetable;\ stand and seafood store. He is growing is Sept. 4, the second primary is
Sunday and Wednesday, and 7 broadleaf, and he spent yesterday pulling Curl mustard to .loading. vegetables on 30 acres, with about 10 acres remaining uncleared.In Oct. 2, and the general election is
p.m., Monday and Tuesday ,semi-truck for the New .York market. ,. the strawberry field adjacent to the vegetable stand, Norman pointed Nov. 6.
Pre-schoolers and children will A few years ago, Thornton said! Curl mustard' sold'wt'll on the local out blooms that were killed by low temperatures Monday, but some escaped.If Commissioners discussed also
be provided for, and taught accor- markets, but now Floridians prefer the broadleaf variety, while (he ('ml there is no more cold spats, there.can be a "scrapping of strawberries by placing the $100 special assessmenton
dingly. variety is grown for northern markets. February, Norman said. the ballot. Some commissioners

Thornton mid surviving vegetables will ,take 5.8\ weeks to be leadv lor Later,in the year, when temperatures rise, strawberries are ready to pickin think assessment there is which support so far for has the been$100 .

Baseball Sign-up ,market and "will never look right," but growers will salvage all they fan 10 days from the bloom. silent.
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for -
Baseball registration boys -" --
and girls ages 7-14, begins Tues., Kopelousos Reports...
Jan. 16 and ends March 7.'Fee $30. Saying he and city attorney Terry
Sign-up at Pratt Street Center' or City to Cooperate with County on EMS Funding Brown had spent a lot of hours on the
old Armory Building., and had
./ j L special assessment problem
Due to the holiday, the Monday. by Butter Rohrf submitted for council have no problem with a motion to for anything until the documents are gotten total and complete cooperation
Jan. IS Ceramics class has been being
his assistant
from Brown and
ICY Staff Writer an agreement for em rgun- before me.Biggs .
cancelled..Classes will resume proval. Darla attorney .
services. Christopher,
medical attorney
commissioners approved
Monday, Jan. 22. County Attorney Reggie Ed Wall said 'I'm Complaint... Kopelousos said:
and motion Tuesday Jan. 10. to allow city presented the proposal to the Councilman
Tennis ages
for boys girls for the well-being of reflected his "Brown says, please show me me
attorney Terence Brown to ell the county needs a Biggs
Wednesdays ,
7-14. resumed yesterday Street Courts. negotiate terms of an Interlocal assessment to fund In the city, 'and people frustration that spilled over from an where it says in the law that the
on the Pratt agreement with attorney John medical services (EMS: ) for feel comfortable. with earlier discussion concerning the county can do that," levy an assessment -

Upcoming... Kopolousos that will ultimately pro- calendar year from the date of medical services. I'll go solid waste assessment. on the operation" of the jail."It's .
? vide funding for emergency medical ing the agreement. for emergency medical ser Biggs said his commercial assessment not there Koperlousos,
Public meetings scheduled in the services for Starke residents. Attorney Brown said the : but not for anything else." for solid waste escalated from meaning the authority Is not given In

coming weeks are: The motion was carefully wordedto has now abandoned the request Councilman Travis Woods said, $150 to $300 this year and he could Florida law.
The Starke Zoning Board will avoid an outright agreement to funding jail operations, and will nld"I' hate to think that my' stub- find no basis for the increase In the Kopelousos said attorney Bob
meet Thursday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m., approve a one time $35 charge per cind the $100 assessment kept the city from having interlocal agreement the city had Neighbors counsel for Putnan and
in City Hall followed by the Board'_ 'residence for medical services, but replacing it with the $33: medical service for even signed with the county In 1987. Okeechobee Counties agrees with
of Adjustment U any Items are on it does provide for the two attorneysto mint, earmarked for EMS day. I have no problem with a attorney Terry Brown.
the agenda.Chamber. cooperate In writing an Interlocal Biggs produced three documents "We (he and Brown) feel we can
of Commerce annual agreement acceptable to both the city Before the assessment can be the first of which had blank spaces in live with a special assessment on the.
banquet will be held Saturday, Jan. and county ed to residents, it will have to 'Mayor Vernon Silcox and three lieu of fixed amounts for commercial emergency medical services; .
27. Attorney Brown said he is comfortable written, advertised, public hearl approved the motion firms. The'' second and apparently Kopelousos said, adding that leaves
Bradford County Zoning Board with the county charging for held and approved by city Councilman Bobby Biggs the one signed by the city Bradford County short of revenue
meeting will be held Tuesday. Jan. medical services from a legal point but approval Is expected with the lone "nay" vote. contained amounts to be charged toCooperate..p.2. for the current budget.

30 at 7 p.m., In City Hall. of view but he wants to provide In Starke council Vernon leading the Barber way' Biggs said: "1 don't intend to vote thee' .\> (See EMS Fee..p.zA)
put into the agreement prior to its Councilman ,


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.+ +.w .:an lttt1l itratir svr.rs +"" petrsl aaesa rriljistns Weiser Suit Settled
{ .r.ti tlttra Appears ; 1

County May Avoi"DEnagesIt

appears the law suit between' slab has been poured, and has said Manually, guest houses are at-
builder Craig Weiser and Bradford the use would be for,a guest house, tached to the main dwelling, are
limited In. size, the number of
County over a second slab on a Santa which is minus kitchen Facilities.
Fe Lake lot may be settled with no bedrooms. Kopelousos, experiencedin
damages paid by the county, attorney Commissioners agreed with the zoning matters after being the attorney -
John Kopelousos told the settlement on the conditions that: 1) lor the Clay County Zoning
county commission Friday, Jan. 12 the plumbing lines for the kitchen be Board, said guest house provisionscan
The county will owe fees to attorney filled with concrete and, 2) at the be misused.
Kopelousos suggestion of Kopelousos, agreed to "If we make him tear up the slab
to covenants under which the countycan he can put in another. We should go
Weiser sued the county to recover recover legal expenses if the with filling the holes and tfiecovenantal
costs of pouring the second foundation county has to lake the matter to said Commissioner
on one lot after the county court, and set a time limit, probably ers. The board agreed.
Straight A's at LES... Issued a building permit in error. 30 years. Commissioners asked how the
\ These flnt and second grade students at LawteyElementary Crawford, Kevin Thompson Brenda Lewis, Undwy Joyner The county issued a stop work orderon Attorney Kopelousos further advised county would know if kitchen
the second house on Little Santa
School made straight A'.on their report card and Leslie Henry. the commission to remove any facilities were ever put in
\ Fe Lake when it was discovered the reference to ? has the right to
for the second*k week grading period. guest houses from the house The county
footage of the lot was insufficient
From left to right on the flnt rowi Tom Box Bryan Reye, In the third row from left to right:Jessica Itlnjon, JeannlaChamberlln square for two homes.Kopelousos county zoning code, as a means of inspect the premises, but
such it would be
Provisions realistically
more probably
Jay Kayla Brown,Jessica Crawford and Dana Brandy Taylor, Ashley Caikini, Danny reported Jan. 12 that stopping for any guest houses could cases.be ad- reported by another lake resident
Skfauwr. Falkenbcrg,Dana Crif,, Sharon Henna Torah Skinner Weiser has a buyer for the second dressed later, said Kopelousos,after said Solid Waste Director Darreli
In the second row from left to right Khlnna WlUlanw, Monica Lee Danny Wilkinson, Keri Crif U and Kimberly house on the lake lot for which the being given some thought. O'Neal.
Meghann HocUson, Amber Shuford, fared Scott. Amanda Splvey.

-- Lake Dwellers Will Continue Fight
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r ) To Prevent Ramp at Santa Fe Pass

Santa Fe Lake Dwellers voted ballot to limit non-exempt property members of the Lake Dwellers
Ms Saturday to challenge two state assessments to an increase of not' volunteered to circulate. Approx-
agencies if they permit developersto more than three percent annually. imately 350,000 signatures from I
construct a massive concrete boat Bradford County Commissioner Florida voters will be required in
ti ramp in sovereign state waters at Joe Riddick provided the group with order to place the proposed! amendment -
Santa Fe Pass. 'Copies of the petition, which on the ballot.
This action followed a recent decision r
by the Alachua County Commission

% IL I !LVIU1I ramp not although to oppose it construction would apparently of the

LJPI be In conflict with the county's own 4Tol

,$ ordinance wetlands.controlling developmentin

Ninety-five percent of Lake
117Y Dwellers attending the meeting held The
in Melrose said they would be willing River Solid Waste Association
to financially support legal action (NRSWAJ) Is currently working to reduce the

against the boat ramp. number of landfills In Baker. Union and
Lake Dwellers President Harold
Hill said if the Department of En- Bradford Counties from four to one. This

LES Smarties... vironmental Regulation, following coordinated effort Is the first of Its kind In
These third and fourth grade students at Lawtey Shuford,Jaime lllmm an, LeIghton Lee and HoWe Tow. its Investigation, publishes an intentto Florida and is the result of of
Elementary made might A' on their report card for In the second row from left to right Cleveland McQueei., issue a permit for the boat ramp, investigation
I by local officials.
the second six-week grading period. Joni Crlf*. Paul Kemp In the front row from left to right Brandyn Padgett Dana WUklson Dominic Barber Bonnie Cowie and ing If before an administrative officer. Reducing four unlined landfills to one
the other involved the
Beth Slater,Henry ROM Tammy Seller, Krktina Mathew'CrUfU. Department of agency Natural Resources state-of-the-art lined facility makes good

issues a permit Hill said Lake environmental and economical sense.
Dwellers would challenge in court
DNR's failure to enforce Florida
Cooperate. from page 1A Statutes designed to protect
New River
sovereign waters from any develop- Solid it

commercial firms. The third copy, ment with Attorneys Flynn and firms charged under the amended ment that might prove detrimentalto Waste <'"
dated in 1988, provided two additional Brown. version. wetlands.
categories and corresponding Flynn said failure to secure approval Id a television appearance Satur-
charges by the incorporated towns The county will seek the city's ap- day night, Larry Cheshire, head of Q a Association...
within the county was an oversight, proval on an amendment to the Santa Fe Pass Inc., a Gainesville
In reference to H 1988 rate and will be corrected. In the mean- original agreement, in which com- group that has fought to develop the Working;>> Hard To
changes, Biggs tl,' : i county time, the county will refund or give mercial firms are charged for solid pass for 12 years, said that both the '
could not legally) amend the agree- credit for some $15,000 in over- waste disposal, based on the amountof county and the state had approvedthe z Keep Our
ment unilaterally and found agree-\ payments to Six Starkp mmmprnlnlfrom ) solid waste generated. boat ramp, a statement that Hill
said was untrue. EnvironmentSafe
In other action at Saturday's
EMS Fee. meeting, the Lake Dwellers joined in ASSOCIATION !!!
page 1A a petition drive to place? an amendment
on the General Election
next ;
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On Opting Oui... to amend the special assessment or Chairman Carter. Cotnnilssonera "
Commissioner Joe Riddick said, dinance."I nodded agreement. Commissioner'
"If we've got to go through all that ain't going through any more of Wilbur Waters moved to levy the$30
and still not know where we stand I those public hearings," said Commission EMS assessment, but to not levy the
Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. $70 jail assessment.
suggest we drop the whole thing
"I'm not going to sit here and see Commissioner Riddick said if the ./ ,
borrow and
start working
next year's money budget." Riddick meantif it go to the 10 mill cap (the propertytax commission has to go through with 9-cycle' washer
the ordinance had to be amended, limit)," said Commissioner Rid- the amendment, it might/ as well add largest usable capacityl I
advertised, and approved by the dick. "You can depend on that." on the $5. Clerk Ray Norman, hark- Su PiR1 $399.994temperoture .a
Starke council. ing back to atty. Brown's statement agitator -

"The only problem with that,and 1 "That's why Tri saying get what that people would appreciate the lint filter Was$439 99(FE 28701))
board reducing the said
can understand completely how you you can, Stud CPA Farnsworth.The assessment -' water control
feel is something is better than $30 fee would raise some the board at $35 would be "doing
nothing,"!said! CPA Pat Farnsworth. 270000. Adding $5 would raise what the people asked you to do. '. .j'
"The EMS: fee will make us a little another $45,000. Commissioners still With Waters agreeing with the $35 dryer
less in, the hole. If we can generate vacillated on whether to added the figure, Riddick seconded the motionto r EXCLUSIVE .....1' .
advertise Feb. 5 a$35 EMS U $319
$5. 46
some dollars, so we don't nave an easy loader door .
ment. The vote was 4-1, Riddick opposing .
EMS well
problem as as a jail problem Automatic shut-off
Farnsworth said. "Take Attorney Brown, finding it impossible Was$339.48(FE 68701));
to attend a meeting and not at drying level Natural pas$359 45
what you can get now, and immediately take part, said it seemed to him people Atty. you preset Was$379.48(FE 78701))
begin making plans forthe would thank the commission for Kopelousos urged Chairman t End-of-cycle signal
coming year," said the CPA. Carter to designate somebody to ex-
I Kopelousos suggested that, from reducing the special assessment plore the options of what can t be plac-
$100 to $35. "
perhaps the county should go with ed on the ballot this fall. Carter said
the$30 i MS fee. so it would not have "I with get the the feeling you-all want" togo he designate someone at the next ,
$30. Is that right\ asked commission meeting.

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Ii LkiIUHftI. Unfunded Mandates !


i Jy1y ,T'. Isi r1 To Be On Nov. 6 Ballotby I i i'v

\ II Buster Rahn FLOC, nu> circulated a resolution, Legislative Session nearly 100 J I
ICT Staff Writer urging Florida citizens to support members of the Legislature co-
i amendment No. 3 on the November, signed or supported a proposed con-
Florida residents will have
tv an op- 19K! > ballot. stitutional amendment to limit the 3
!' portunity Nov. 6 to vote on the, The resblutlona states: Legislature's ability to mandate programs !
legislature's to
dates for county authority and city issue commissioners man-- Whereas, since 1981, the Florida and costs to city and county 7 I
,J arR Legislature has placed 288 unfunded governments; and
to without
programs mandates upon cities and counties in Whereas, during the 1989 ::::
v w providing funding
resources. Florida with 86 Session 3
In the current cash crunch, Brad- over percent havingan Legislature a proposed
ford commissioners undetermined fiscal impact on amendment to the constitution was
complained -
extensively about "unfunded cities and cou ties; and passed to give Florida citizens an op-
j state mandates."Bradford commis- Whereas, "Unfunded mandates" portunity to vote in 1990 on a proposal
:h5 are governmental actions requiredof that would limit unfunded
sioners are not alone. The Florida
rt League of Cities (FLOC) has sponsored cities and counties by state law state legislative mandates on cities

a move to get the issue before without adequate funding and counties.
-; ____ the voters, and a proposed constitu- resources; and Now, therefore, be it resolved by ,
'.' ____ tional amendment will be on the Whereas cities and counties arecontinuously the mayor and city council of the city :
i ; y.aa, ( ____ ballot this fall. forced to adjust local of Hiuhlea Gardens, Dade County, '

__ Glenn Edwards, FLOC representative service priorities, and raise local Florida:
told the Starke council Tuesday taxes and user fees to pay for such That the mayor and city councilof
Jan. 16, that activities will unfunded state mandated pro the city of Hialeah Gardens,
N\ speed up in June, after the grams; and'Whereas Florida, call upon all citizens of the ':
legislative session is over for the cities and counties are state to become aware of the '
year, with FLOC beginning a program forced to pass these increased costs seriousness of unfunded mandatesand
: i to educate and motivate the for delivery of state mandated programs to be prepared to support the J'
public.Edwards. to the citizens; and amendment to the Florida state con-

?., ..- IMB P s ssisisisii i 1 | Ti___vvwavvBnom BBiaBwwvtMMi BBMHM B lH B HiMMi said FLOC secured Whereas, the Florida Constitution : stitution on the matter that will ap- ;:
II Jailbird Maxie Carter Jr Put In PhotobvMnrieFrtaminIt 80,000 signatures very quickly,to get preempts all taxing sources to pear on the ballot in the November ;t
II ,. Hoosegow.f| the Issue on the ballot. Although the state (except ad valorem property 1990 election. i.
there anybody In the county disgusted enough evor tan 400.000 signatures are required, the taxes) it becomes irresponsiblefor That a copy of this resolution be : \i
Increases to want lo throw Max)* Carter it., In1 the .10.... rounded up for the KInl..J.II.nd Soil" legislature went ahead and put the state government to require and sent to every city council and county 1 J
, ,Caper.Thursday
mar' News your chance. Abovel High'Sheriff'! Ken Eth.ridg.and .' F.b.I. item on the ballot, indicating some mandate programs to other govern- commission in Florida and each

I Stark Chief Jimmy Epps hav*(ailed Chairman Carter for For only$ZS you can get your brother-in-law a room In the support among lawmakers, and ments without sharing the fiscal body is requested to adopt similar 3 .,
Impersonating a county cornmlisloner If f...rumored here' pokey. Call Lillian Stump, ph. 44-7eOe and report neferiousoctlvltlm. their recognition that there is responsibility and political conse- resolutions and positions so their 3
ore four more Impenonatort. In hli gang and they, may be. widespread support among the elec- quences of their actions; and views may be available to every ;:
-- torate. Whereas, the priorities and programs citizen in Florida.
Him In FLOC has donated $250,000 'for of local citizens of cities and Bradford Commissioner Maxie _
ti I Fight: Cancer: : Buy Not Out advertising, and will be seeking counties have often been curtailed Carter, Jr., says he agrees with the j

I kJ.. '--: donations from cities and counties to when limited local funds have to be resolution, and hopes the amend ..
Here's the chance of a lifetime. For$25 you can have poke '. While behind bars, prisoners will be phoning supplement the fund. Edwards said diverted to pay for a state mandated ment will be approved by Florida :
your favorite person thrown in the slammer. That's, friends and relatives to raise bail for the fight against FLOC will provide speakers at coun- program; and'Whereas voters. ?
right, thrown in jail in the American Career) Society's, ''cancer. ty rallies In an effort to get out.the unfunded mandates are Noted Humorist Will Rogers said,
, Jail and Bail at Denny's o Sla. kel Thursday) Feb> h i The Jail and Bail caper Is being sponsored by the vote. not fair to the local property owneror "We will never get anywhere with
front 9 a.m. to 4 p m. J .$ Kiwanis Club of Starke. All profits will go toward fun- "Counties and cities will look badif the locally elected official who is our finances till we pass a law say- !
ding cancer research, patient services and life saving the amendment fails," said Ed- trying to address local priorities and ing that every time we appropriate !
Participation Is completely voluntary,Willing par- education programs of the American Cancer Society. wards. problems with a limited amount of something we got to pass another .
ticipants will be picked up.at their homes or offices<< by If you want someone arrested, call Lillian Stump, Ruel Martinez, mayor of Hialeah financial resources; and bill along with it stating where the J
a real offf-duty police officer and, hauled. off.the the phone 964-7806: Gardens and former president of Whereas, during the 1988 money is coming from.'
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No ""rue Bill Issued by Grand Jury

In Dispute Over Lavtey Clerk's' Pay I


by Buster Rahn Rosier said when he complainedthe prevent" further miscommunications. :.
aCT Staff Writer questions were not germane to .
I A Bradford County grand j jury did Robinson and the unwarranted over- Last November the council attempted

not return a true bill last Friday, time pay, Register said "grand to amend the charter to re- I
i after hearing testimony for two days juries can lrv& intj anything they quire the clerk to work 40 hours a ;
relative to vacation and overtime desire." week,but the proposal failed. Harris ..
, pay drawn by former Lawtey clerk Rosier said he and Jordan were re- did not attend the meeting, and
Queenle Robinson. quired to return Friday after hav- councilman Emmett Bright would
I I The grand jury was empaneled by ing been before the grand jury on not support the motion. Since it was
State's Attorney Len Register as 1 hursday. brought as an emergency item, City
result of allegations by former Attorney Johnny Hobbs said it would
,': Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier and "Jordan was in there an hour Fri- require 75 percent of the five
J Lawtey Chief of Police M.M.Jordan, day morning,and looked like he had member council to approve the :
4 who brought charges of accepting taken a beating when he came out. measure. With one member not at-
unearned revenue against Robinson. He said nothing, and left immediately tending, and Bright's "no" vote, the
Councilwoman Laura Harris was following his appearance before motion by Councilman Bill Crouse,
implicated, but not charged since the jury," Rosier said. supported by Rosier and Coun-
she signed the five checks In June Rosier commented that he was cilman Buster Bennett failed,

'. .. and July (1989) for Robinson total treated more like a defendant than a although they constituted a majority- .. ..
a I big tl.574., Harris was, chairwoman:?, omplainUnt while before the Jury of the council present and voting:
of the Finance Committee with *. Regl3thrr! d'gUOted'as'! saying the'' Robinson, who lives outside the W-1 ,' .
authorization to sign city checks. grand jury will reconvene January ty limits, ran in the December 3 city'
to Rosier the 26, to Issue a report on the case. election as a write-In candidate. She
According city Council -
of They may suggest that city leaders received 57 votes, while the winner, '
did not the
approve payment rewrite parts of the city charter to Earl Barber, garnered 193 votes. : I
$520 for vacation time in lieu of time
off or for time worked in excess of School Menus Phone 135 West Call Street ,

28 hours per week. January 22-26 964-6305 Stark, FL 32091
Rosier says Robinson's claim that :
the clerk's hours are set at 28 hours Bradford Elem.&Middle School
Straight A's at BES... per week is unfounded, and the MONDAY: Becf-A Honl garden salad cheese 1

These.tu dents at Brooker Elementary School received Adam St '\'eCbIuI Thomas, Cassey Cray..Amy Lute. claim for overtime beyond 28 hours Ills,,fruit crisp, hot rolls, milk. County 1
TUESDAY Baked ham sweet potatoes turnip
raJglit A'. on their report cards for the*econd. fix-week Amanda Futch and Emily Myen. per week should have been thrown greens chocolalte cake cornbread milk. TelegraphUSPS
trading period. In the rear fl'Olllleft to right Lelsfaa Eaton Derek Slden. out when made. WfcUNEHlMYi Barbecue on Bun trench frlea.
said he is "sick at heart"and milk ;
Rosier beans
In the front row from left to right: April I'IfU sey' Jonnlfer Julia Robinson,Nadia Ilardan, Kellle Crlffis,Jennifer disgusted at the finding by the THURSDAY green ;brownie Fried Chicken manned potatoes 062-700
Cone and Brian Hiuden. Lefeven and Kelly Cook. that elected officialcan gravy, buttered green peas, fruit Julio biscuit Published every Thursday at 135 West
grand an
In the middle row from left to right Amanda!Thomai, June Johnson WM.....aLI draw overtime, when filling a milk.KKIDAYi Corndog' ,baked beans,cabbage slaw' Second Call Street.Oats Starke.Postage Florida paid at 32091.Starke. :

position with a fixed weekly salary. fruit cup, cookie, milk.Bradford, Florida and additional mailing offices.
Robinson was drawing $260 per High School
Pottmcnter: Send address! changes tc
week at the time,an amount approved MONDAVI Salisbury Steak rice&gravy,turnip P.O. Drawer
Bradford County Telegraph
'Legacy .of .Lore' Video Viewed by the city council. greens TUESDAY fruit cup.CorndoK cornbread baked, milk beans cabbageslaw A/135 West Call Street.Starke.FL 32091

I peaches, brownie. milk.
The Grand ..
Jury. WEDNESDAY i Fried Chicken,mashed potatoes Subscription Rate In Trade Area: S 1600
Stark ;Cd&ncil( Rosier,a native of Bradford Coun- &.gravy, green beans, chocolate cake, I bwcuils::': : per year:. $9.00 six months; Outside
By milk
Funding Soughtby
former rural mail carrier and
THURSDAY: Baked Ham, sweet potatoes, Trade Area: $17.00 per year: $9.60sIK
Starke :
businessman, said he did not garden salad,fruit Jello,cinnamon roll, milk months.
recognize any of the 18 members of FRIDAY PI..., later tots pears,brownie milk.
Buster Rohn Downtown Merchants Association Weldon's Raise... _un _
Pay the jury, nor did Chief Jordan, a 29
BCT Staff Wrlt.r DMA), introduced Mike Langston, Councilman Ed Wall proposed a 9percent year veteran police officer in the Need An Electrician?
Council and visitors to Lanes ton and Associates, a
, The Starke raise for City Operations county,know any of them, accordingto
the council meeting, Tuesday, Jan ;LJacRson vine firm that specializes in Manager pay and Utilities Director Rosier. DAN WAINWRIGHT
16, were treated to a short, but etfe 't jvmftng'grants; << :c chaired call
The grand jury, by
Bill Weldon, "since he is doing the .36 Yrs.Experience "All Types Electrical Work, .
of Love. Epps said DMA is interested in
live video, "Legacy ap- rather ,
Register himself, than a
work two Priced Work
men were doing a year / Single It 3 Phase Reasonably
"Legacy of Love, the brainchild. i;ply ing 4 for a ) grant to. complete deputy state's attorney, called only
of Guy Andrews, extolls anti- downtown renovation, and sought ci- ago.Councilman Travis Woods seconded Rosier and Jordan to testify against
littering, clean streets and water- ty funding) for having the grant writ the motion. ,Robinson, but called nine witness for

ways, and gets its message. across in ten.Langston Councilman Bobby Biggs said, "I the defendant, including Harris and i
about 5 mil."ites:. told the council writing a don't understand raining salaries in former policeman, Bill Tillotson.
grant requires more than Just sitting Tillotson ran against Jordan in the
the middle of the There's a
When Andrews sought to packagethe down and filling out forms.Property time for setting salaries.year.! December election, and was NOTICE OF ELECTION
idea, he turned to Lavon Drivas, owners must be contacted and agreeto defeated.
local music instructor, for words condltions-Tpipbeed! by the grant. Mayor Vernon Silcox said former Rosier said jurors spent con-
and music. Utilizing 37 local Cettain critgria!!Just be met, and councilman Charles Schaefer siderable time asking about traffic
.youngsters and adults, the video Is- residents must be canvassed to ob- wanted to give Weldon a 10 percent tickets written by the Lawtey Police TOWN OF BROOKER
professional in its content and' tain the information. pay increase when he was promotedlast Department and other subjects I
presentation.Mayor .Langston said his firm advocatesan year, but Weldon agreed to accept unrelated to the issue for which the
Vernon Silcox: said, "I hourly: for the initial work, In :9 percent at the time, and wait jury was convened Including an application -
thought I was In Hollywood," after order that.the, contract may be terminated -. until later for the additional 5 per- by Chief Jordan's wife for a

viewing the program. \ if If becomes apparent the cent, job with the Forestry. Department, THE TOWN OF BROOKERwill
Andrews said he and Drivas willreturn city canno fluallfy for the grant. several years ago. .
next month with a program The cityiwkl, unable to qualify fora It is city policy to give a 10 percent

and request for a grant to "get it grant I last year because of a foul-up Woods raise when said. promoting. an employ. hold general election for i
a x
before the public and keep it before and missed deadlines by grant
'/; .. City Clerk Linda Wise advised the :
writer ,
,Llnoa'DflycEppsjwid'the Cox Appliance
the public.
Andrews said the video Is an at- city will ask for a council that Merril Dees, retired office I
operations supervisor, has paid & following
tempt to approach the littering problem $579,000 grant "to create a unified in full for accrued leave time.
in a positive manner. < look on Call, Street." The grant Air Conditioning
Wall's motion to Increase
'would provide three percent loans to .Weldons's salary by percent car- Tuesday February 13 1990: i
Grant Call merchants to Service ,
Downtovin (, Street upgrade ried on a 4-1 vote with Biggs dissen- ij
Glenda Epps president of the the fronts of their businesses. ting. j
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I 7, BUS Students Attend, All-State Meet COUNCIL, GROUP. II

by David L bodge :. Band Tyler" '.Blder, BHS Chorus; Theatre of M
e11e Smith, oboist BHS Band morPerformingin Arta Center. -
Special selected to Th. T.I.grophtSeven students from the and Steven Thornton French horn The two BHS chorus students performed Polls will be open from 7:00:
player, BHS Band. with more than 300-member
Bradford County school system All-State 11-13 Grade Concert
chosen ftheir accomplishments in Attending from Bradford Middle Chorus, conducted by Dr:Ann Jones a.m. until 7 p.m. at Town Hall ;
the school's music program, were School was Chera Starling, an 8th from the University Illinois. They r
privileged to attend the 47th annual grade' clarinetist. Chera Starling
performed Saturday evening In the Brooker Florida. f
In-$.- vive Clinic-Conference In was chosen to perform In the Middle Performing Arta Center. ,
Tamp :n.10-13. School Honors: .>),Band which was conducted
by Steven .MatthewInd- Joe Cox. friendty Col
The program is sponsored annually 'mast4l}' ,at Golden, Gate MiddleSc Bradford faculty members in attendance him today forappl"'la x."a" *. Charlene Thomas
by the Florida Music Educators ; were Charles (Buddy) ServIce A Repair on: i
Association and cofpponmtorganizations Ball BHS band director and session .
', .' lout'IBIS band students performed coordinator forthe Senior High AIMcferAppflancMe Clerk to Councilj s
As-Coodlrlons- Refrigeration
'Bradford, High- in ,the Senior High School Honors Band at the conference: Don .
Attending from Robert BHS choral director James Elflefl1cd
Honors Band conducted by Hardy ,
School were, In alphabetical '
BHS Band Sheldon,* bandmaster at Florida Brownie BMS band director, and 9647462Lie
Kevin Boone, trumpet, ;
BHS Chorus Jen- State .University in Tallahassee, Dirk Schmidt, BMS assistant band .
nifer Brian Dodge percussionist, BHS Both, bands, performed Saturday director and BMS choral director. # .;.A 0046994. ER 0007378

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Southside Elementary to Celebrate

1 ifflmffilill: {, : s. 22-26

'" .' .. 30th Anniversary Week of Jan.
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Camp Blanding Museum f .\.; .. ---r' : "''

Offers New Opportunity for StarkeThe .,"

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dedication of a World War II through Starke and may slop over to eata ".l4' '-
museum and memorial garden at Camp meal or spend the night. This should "':' :
Blanding next fall will be a national have a stimulating effect on the town,as .
landmark -- the first of its kind in the na- well as Kingsley Lake amusement

tion.The spots.
museum and memorial garden Starke and surrounding towns will
will honor members of the National miss a good bet if they do not prepare to
Guard and soldiers of regular Army have facilities to take care of these
units who trained at Camp Blanding visitors during their stay here however
during the 1940s when it was the largest long or brief. It would also be beneficial
Infantry Training Center in the if Starke had its own museum to tie in
Southeast. with the one at Blanding and be ready to
The museum and memorial gardenare give visitors directions and information
being constructed on a 13-acre site about the main museum. A good
at the main entrance to the 70,000-acre restaurant in the Call Street historic
National Guard camp, which is rapidly district should also be an attraction and
becoming one of the most active training would likely become a profitable ven-
sites in the country. ture, especially if a World War theme

was carried out in the decor, to comple-
One of the original buildings on the ment the displays and other activities at "
base a two-story guest house is be-
Blanding. There are plenty of unused I i
ing renovated for use as a museum to buildings on Call Street to use for this '
display exhibits of World War II ar- purpose. v .
tifacts, memorabilia, and armaments.The .
museum will also house a World Sgt. Major Rodney Hall,together with < S .
War II research library including Col. James Bloodworth, are heading up ., .
displays, archives, films and videotapes the Blanding museum project, and have
depicting significant events of that already made remarkable progress.The Principals Past and Present

period.It museum organization has received Jesse Moore (far left) present principal Southside. Is pictured with past principals Myrna Lou Nurse I I
well over $150,000 in cash contributions, Lucille Payne, Dewey McKinney, and first principal, Tom Casey. The second principal was the late James C.
is to have the
but still' needs about $100,000 more to Hobbs. -
ready for visitors by November 25, the complete the project. They also need
50th anniversary of the mobilization of more World War II artifacts and ask
the Florida National Guard and other anyone in the area having such items to Dn
Friday, Jan. 26, a birthday party
reserve units for active duty after the contact Sgt. Maj. Hall at Camp Blan- will be held at 1:13: p.m.outdoors on the Southside Elementary School will
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. ding. court with entertainment and celebrate its 30th Anniversary with a
special program of activities during the
Camp Blanding is already the mecca Memberships are still available in the refreshments provided. week: January 22-26.
for thousands of servicemen who train- Camp Blanding Museum and Historical Three original members of the first
ed at Blanding, and who bring their Associates, Inc. Membership fees and teaching staff at Southside, Laurie Alumni Days"will be observed on
Mullins, Carolyn Canova and Lucile Tuesday and Wednesday, January
families by to see their old training any size contributions may be sent to Payne will receive special recognition 23-24, from 8:30: a.m. to 11 a.m. in the I
ground on trips to Florida. Many of this organization at Route 1, Box 465, during the week. Southside Library. All alumni are in-
these visitors will inevitably pass Camp Blanding, Starke, FL 32091. vited to visit the school on those days,
Special Southside T-shirts will be sold register In the library and enjoy looking 1
during the week for $6 each, and through photo albums and posters that
souvenir buttons will be distributed to will be on display.A .
Social Security or Insecurity? each child attending the school. Each
will also have his or her thumb printedto hlgh1ight"oWednesday will be a
I be part of a quilt design that will be Tree Dedication Ceremony at 1:15: p.m.
displayed at the Bradford County Fair conducted by Tom Casey,the first prin-
That is the
QuestionSenator this spring. cipal of Southside. -

Daniel Patrick Moynihan has History of the SchoolThe J.C. Hobbs
In its analysis of this. deception,
declared war on the new social securitytax "Newsday" that the debt to future .
raise from 6.2 percent to 7.65 per- says site for Southside Elementarywas Telegraph carried a picture ot the first The first regular Southside PTA -
retirees is the
steadily building up as purchased by the School Board in Southside building and announced thatit meeting was held Sept. 1, 1959. Those
cent which became effective January 1, surplus is being used each .to would be "ready to handle some 180.
year the summer of 1958, and the first wingof who joined and paid dues at this time
1990. The opinion has been expressed by finance new government loans. By the the building was opened. .for.. studentsin students when classes begin next Mon- were considered charter members.Then
commentatOrs' on several television year 1994, the Treasury Department is the fall of 1959. *- day"- Lamar Sanford a fifth grader at 'main speakeriwas.Ha nos'P'rMorgawt';
panels that the new raise will be short- expected.to.owe more than $600 billionto The name, Southside Elementary\ ,''h.N that time,when; asked''it he was looking ..''IB counlyisuf*IIiDwndoot1ll: DhO ibBtthatiiji!
from was chosen by the School' Board.for the, ., forward to attending the,n w school; pr.hnWiM bun ffffjf. aliifoanrta
lived because of the outcry ?" qui: : ee riaua
Social Security trust funds; and by new school which was built with part of 'replied ...as long as it has to JIII pen(1 Other officers serving with Mrs.
employees and employers alike. the year 1977, the debt is expected to ex- the money from a $450,000 bond Issue. I might as well be happy about it. Graham were: Mrs. Merrill McMillan,
ceed $1 trillion." This will call for big According to a Telegraph article of PTA Organized vice president; Mrs. H.H. Adams,
Public indignation arose when it tax hikes, probably within the first 20 that time, the board voted to employ secretary; and Mrs. RS. Mullins, I
became known that social security local contractor Ben Hall as supervisorof An organizational meeting to form treasurer. '
of the 21st century or will mean
funds used by the Bush ad- years construction.It was announced that a the new Southside Elementary School At the present time, Southside haS an I
are cuts in benefits for people retiring at library for the school would be started PTA was held May 14, 1959, and Mrs. enrollment of 684 students.Jesse Moore
ministration to balance the budget by that time, according to "Newsday's" under this program. Some of the Wm. H. (Alyce) Graham was elected as is principal and Mary Agnes Ferguson,
counting social security dollars as if analysis.The materials were obtained through the first president. assistant principal. The faculty has
they were treasury dollars instead of surplus commodities program from Tom Casey was first principal of the grown to include 46 teachers, who are
being reserved for payment of social Camp Blanding. Cost of the library was school and the first faculty memberswere assisted by 13 non-instructional person-
for Social Security tax applies onlyon to be $20,000 or under, allowing it to be : Carolyn Canova, Lucille Payne, nel.There are also five custodians, and
checks generations.
security coming the first $51,300 of income. There is built without competitive bids. Laurie Mullins, Kate Sheppard, seven cafeteria staff members engagedin
no SS tax on earnings above that level, In its issue of August 27, !1959, The Pamela Turney, and Mrs. Norman the operation of this fast-growing .
"When you pay your Social Securitytax and a person making a million a year Allen. school.
do you think you are stashing away pays the same total as the one making .
money for your old age or even paying $51,300. .
current retirees benefits?" This is the New Classrooms... '-
question asked in a current issue of Senator Moynihan, who is chairmanof Student at SontluUto Elementary will hare more space= to t 1
'Newsday". a subcommittee that oversees the ad- learn In when they more taU this new wing ot elaMroom
ministration of trust funds, has proposed now under_tractJoa. i : ,1I1

The answer is: "Guess again. You that Social Security withholding
and your employer are spending 24 taxes be cut by 1.1 percent from the old 1 t
cents of every dollar in payroll taxes level of 6.2, making it 5.1. percent over a .. 4C
this year to run the day-to-day opera- period of two years. This would mean a
tions of the government to buy savings to taxpayers of $54 billion.

airplanes for the military, to pay park
rangers, to buy school lunches, and pay The surplus that began building up in
to keep the bureaucracy ticking." the Social Security trust fund during the I
1980s was planned as a private pension :

Senator Moynihan says there are two fund to be used to finance future retire- _
words for such smoke-and-mirrors ment benefits for persons 65 years of
financing and fund-switching. Those age or over. But our debt-ridden government _
two words are "outright thievery". At seeing all that cash lying idle,
its present rate of tax and spend the began to start using it to lower ''the
senator feels the government may be in humongous deficit, promising to makeit
no position to pay back funds withheld good at a later much later date.

when retirement time comes around.
But who's to say the money will be
While the Social Security system is there when the baby-boom generation
piling up money for future use to pay reaches retirement age? A bird in the .'
those who have paid in, the governmentis hand is worth two in the bush, and we >r&f fi....,
using those funds for other purposes. suspect that most Americans had ;.. :

President Bush wants to continue "bor- rather pay a little more in some other _
I rowing" those funds to make it appear form of taxation now, and be assured
that the deficit is being reduced when, that their Social Security "trust fund"
in reality, it is steadily mounting. money is there when they really need it.TJ .

A Whole New Face..
J M sA1 / ? CoD/tructfoa b underway at Soulbilde Elementary inSUrie
,giving the building a new look from the front u seen
M thta picture owing the new aibnlnlitratkn wtng"F .
+d sl

::1 : The Russian Tsar and the '* rman Kaiser took their titles from the Roman Julius Catar.i .


A public hearing on the application to A copy of the agenda as well as'an
BRADFORD c-o f designate Kingsley Lake as an Outstan- "Outstanding Florida I Waters" fact
4 A'Ty Hearing Date Set ding Florida Water will be held at 7 sheet may be obtained by writing to the
p i p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at the Department of Environmental Regular
; (! tiraCTION 4 Camp Blanding armory.A don, Bureau of Surface Water Management -
For Kingsley 2600 Blair Stone Road,.
___ legal notice, released this week by Tallahassee,FL 323992400. Further in
SOS O.MKOUSON"JOHN M.MUCK. the Department. of Environmental formation may be obtained by contacting -'
Regulation states the purpose of the Janet Klemm, Eric Shaw, Marge I
ubllsLgs .meeting as: "To discuss and receive Coombs, or Tom Swihart ,In
\ Published each and OFW'Application
Thursday entered Second Ctati
on Mat:er public comment on the proposed Tallahassee 904-487-0505 or ,
at the !Post Office at Starke. Florida,under Act of March 3. 1879.\:.1f .4 .I. designation of Kingsley Lake and the Tyler,Jacksonville 798-4200.; Jeremy', ,
f ;r 1 ''j';'r ,,'. North Fork of Black Creek from the I
Plane 964-6305 ; '
i A for O*W 1
Tne application
I P.O. Drow r A.; Stark, Florida Subscription Rate Trade Area: $600 per year: $9.00 six months lake: up to the northeast boundary of was filed last July by Henry designation Graham, :.
_Outside Trade Area: $1700pervear$9SOsixmorrirtf.: Camp Blanding as Outstanding Florida
Waters". Jr., representing the Kingsley Lake I
Property Owners Association. .r I

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: !Births Announcements R IyrUes' ,

; 'Engagements Weddings Church. .

and Ancil Diivis 1t t st.iikr .. .
Events ::'
;. celebrated their 5Ulh ---
Call 964-6305 Ask for'SalrialsBaldwinClark ( niversaiy at a )
1990, at the
Restaurant, given by '/ /
Attendants Johnny Davi of Wu'
: Linda Baile.s of l
Honored at Bridal Luncheon Crawford of Kaiford. aw.L .
: : : if" c--I:: The reception, held
The Western Steer Steakhouse was the setting for a lovely I hours of 2 to"-p.in.,! :\
honoring Mlu Kellie Baldwin on Saturday, January 13, at bride The lun- Kelreshmeii.s ot punch
cheon was hOISted by Kellle's aunts Mrs.J.L. Alvarez, Mrs. Owen Alvarez, and nuts were enjoyed
Mrs. Roman Alvarez, and Mrs. Duke DuBose. tending.
The U-shaped tables were covered with fuschia cloths and Held an arrangement ,I .s The reception{ table
of fuschia and white tulips,poms and alstromerla.Greenery was >v \ta tiered anniversary
placed down the center of the tables with white wedding bells and fuschia punch bowl. A '
puffs interspersed In the greenery. Handmade lace fan placecards per- ment of :
sonalized each place setting. and roses graced the nll'.II'tlffl'y
A delicious salad and luncheon plate was served, followed by Cheesecake The couple's only ,
dessert. Nicole Crawford
Attending along with Kellie and her attendants were her mother, Mrs. f\ ** book and gave out I
Jerald Baldwin her grandmother, Mrs. O.R. Alvarez, her fiances mother, Mr.&MrN. ,\II<'i1 "..1.hIlIlU' \, occasion.
Mrs. Thomas Clark, and her fiance's grandmother, Mrs. Wilma Clark. r.v 7. I'i'M!! Donna Crawford
As a memento of the occasion Miss Baldwin was presented. with a silver table. Linda Bailes !> ; .
picture frame and photo album. niversary celebration _.. .
Birth ---"-" ----- --"
AnnouncementsKyle Delores Ellis and <
: : &MIH.ncil: It. f'l\i
Showers served the cake: Betty
for Kellie Baldwin lino
Leon Dick Rachel Lynn the Ella guests.Mae Watson r
Garden City K.msasIIm'e
Malin and Brenda Dick' ",1 i v.ik.: i Kurima'> Out-of-state guests ; Watson and :
her husband.
Miss Kellie Baldwin, whose marriage to Kenny Clark will take place
Davis' ,
the birth sister
announce 411 l\v Ruby
a >ii "
Saturday,Jan. 20, was recently honored with several showers.On Leon, born Wednesday. l.in '. ", Craig and Lynne KUI-IIII.i\, i s .ware nephew Tony Terhune t Wellington, Kansas along S
Tuesday evening, Jan. 2, a miscellaneous bridal shower was given in Shands Teaching proud to HMIKIIIIICI-<' t,m : ., ty of Dighton. Kansas: I numerous friends and
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honor of Miss Kellie Baldwin at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen. their daughter K.irliri. I.,nn. i
Dainty corsages of miniature white carnations with fuschia ribbons were Gainesville., three llv J"m'> i -iirMegan December 21.: I'mn.! .u .\1... i u ,
given to Miss Baldwin, her mother Mrs. Pat Baldwin, and her fiance's Maternal age ,. < General HOhpllalKachell.ynrw
grandparent .11' i\01'
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mother, Mrs. Pat Clarks wciv.ln'H l t" and Lorene
Sumner niM.uk: ''
As each guest arrived they signed a wooden cutting board which was later ounces and measured I'll mn i"< .
great ft"1-' .I"
given to the honoree as a memento of the occasion. The hostesses also Corinne Paternal Ki-aiKlp: i-n" ,
Willis Itr"uSho" "i "ii i .
presented the bride-to-be with two sets of crystal monogrammed glasses. Starke. Carolyn Sapp 01 Stark" ,11111..i'n.". ,',
Following the opening of gifts, the guests were served punch, cake and an Paternalgrumlpaivni-,., Paul Kurlmay.. 11
array of finger foods in the dining room which was beautifully decorated for and Starr Dick ul Marke .inn' i Mrs.
Millard V.iu iit '
the occasion. ( "
and Burl Prater of l ha\rr-\. .!.. i IM-I. Matheny
Honoring Miss Baldwin were Mrs.Donna Gruen,Miss Alisha Gruen, Miss tucky. Springs. .
Erika Gruen, Mrs. Eddie Joyce Sexton, Miss Michelle Sexton, Mrs. Tracie
Starling and Mrs. Pam Thrift. Chelsea Ruth _.\lIt'liMr.

and Mrs. "'1'.11I1\ "i.rissv.,: .' Gloria, b 'Ji3 January 18th

A miscellaneous bridal shower was given in honor of Miss Kellie Baldwinon Raiford would like I in, .11'1''''"''? < ,in Jii.:;; After 20 years
Thursday evening, January 4, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Col- birth of their nr.iiiilil.iii' 'I. ..>
eman, Jr. The shower was hosted by Mrs. Deanna Coleman, Mrs. Betty Chelsea Kulh Allen. ,imn, I' \? k ., I still lave you. t:91I'N Love Bo
Hildebrand, Mrs. Marie Thornton and Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson. 1989, to Mr. and Mrs N, IM \ :7Freddie ,
Kellie, her mother and her fiance's mother were presented with corsagesin Raiford. She wrigluii H.. I : ... Lui
the brides chosen colors of fuschia and white. Paternal graiulikin n . After Miss Baldwin opened her gifts, refreshments were served in the don and Jennifer .\mi.I .' -
family room.Punch,finger foods and a sheet cake baked by Mrs.Thornton,
and decorated in fuschia and white, was not only decorative, but delicious.
The hostesses each presented the honoree with their own personal gifts as
mementoes of the occasion.

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.. Mrs. Barbara Reddish, Miss Stacey Reddish and Miss Shilynn Chaff Crosby/Kelly
hosted a lingerie shower in honor of Miss Kellie Baldwin at the home. of Mr. Reunion Set
and Mrs. John A. Reddish on Saturday afternoon,Jan. 6. .
All of the girls attending were either childhood friends, schoolmates, The annual Crosby/Kelly: reunion -r4
will be held Sunday Jan. 21, law.! at
cousins or co-workers of Kellie's. So after much fun and visiting the gifts
ayles Highway Baptist Church: ,
were finally all opened and 'everyone-'went tht "t'he'tlltI'I'I1'OOIt\ \' for1'IIIIBt )
refreshments. Individual iced Coca.Colas and the 'Wrisfav'ft}, A IS';1jWt olYri?F 'U; wll1"h'' se s ",' )Mo. / 'I"'l')* prtlit a 1Zrr rv
such as chocolate chip cookies and Ric0'Krisplegnqct&\:\ WeJXl ., ?.. ..Everyone Is l invited to''attlnd.II!.?: )0 1. 1
Kellie was given a gift certificate to Victoria's Secret by the ostesses. IMPORTED
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Chamber AppearAt BanquetRubye AWARENESSIN ;M GORDON
GI", :,.. ..n LITER 1499L
Beal, director of Santa Fe w= 1 CASE Of 6Q.
Community College's Office of DRY 88.15
Business, Industry and Government 175 USHER'S '
Services, will appear as guest t 'DEw11 S
speaker at the annual Chamber of BAKER, UNION & G ii00 61299 ..

Commerce Banquet to be held ., RoNR;; .. \,,:; ..'' \VVnU: LabelSCOTCH
January 27.The banquet will be held BRADFORD COUNITES r ,. Tte Label:
% w \
at Post Headquarters, Camp Blan- M3551tsRUSKA 1 5
ding.A .- 1 n LITER
learned, soft spoken woman, WITH THE NEW RIVER SOLID WASTE ASSOCIATION reT er, PUERTO DI 'AA =--- CASE OF 6 259
given to musing on trends that shape SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1990 AT THE LAKE BUTLER RICAN I'\.Y'YI. 154.00
the psychological environment WHITE & J
the modern work place, Ms. Beal is V < S- LITER SCOTCH
an enlightening speaker sure to Q Lots of Exhibits, Games Food CASE OF 7 oLD In K LITER 11 899
entertain as well as inform. As and Prizes for Everyone! 99.95eJJJiNff!;I CASE 106.7 OE 5
stated recently in a local newspaper, \
"...put her in front of a roomful 1.75 LITER SCOTCH
people and arm her with a twittering RECYCLE.. 80' VODKA CASE OF.506 1 095 7s0 ML.
red toy whistle, and she's sud- 64 CUTTY
denly a cross between a high school 130952SARK
coach and a carnival barker".
Tickets for the banquet are still on TOTAL WASTE!
sale. Reservations are requested. If
tickets have not yet been purchased,
call the Chamber office for more in- ASSOCIATION nsVO u '' (' WILL BE
formation now, 9645278.BHS 1 TO AVOITO5F111
Oas '
Drama Club ?tASt -

To Present Pp?,nvtwa

Comedy Jan. 18 1 1B 1a

The Bradford High School Drama
Club, Encore Productions, will pre- the New
sent a comedy, "The Trouble with
Derek", In the BUS auditorium on

Thursday$1.00. Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. Cost is Fast &: FlexibleProgram.

Written by Eleanor and Kay
Harder, the play Is based on the
comic strip LUANN,by Greg Evans. :;
Luann and her friends attend Pitts .
Jr.-Sr. High School. One day Derek, 'If.:'.
a handsome new boy at Pitts, flat-
ters Luann's mousy friend Bernice .
so he can store his gym bag (full of I hate: diets.
drugs) in her locker. What follows is Because

funny and poignant. Young people :: eREGUt.AR 'Er"t- Label _-
will appreciate the message of the t life to eat what I want, when I want. And with Weight I e eDRAFT 1111l _
which deals with a major
play, problem 4a,pp p P
faced by all teenagers in our' New Fast & Flexible Program I can lose weight fast, MALT LIQUOR..
community today. live the way I want and still have fun. I can even:eel out. In no 6 PAK CASE QUIIRJ = ti

the The day play by will the be 8th previewed graders at during BMS time at all, I lost the weight I wanted. Now therels only one thing 195 795 85<: 2zGam

and by the "Just Say No to Drugs" I hate-pot joining\ Weight Watchers sooner! N-
Club at BHS. The public is urged to
bring chCdren of all ages, family :-uJ .DARK ..cJI Robert
(: -
and friends to the evening perfor- r ... ? ,1 1i MondaviOSaiNFOSTER'S G1 J + N'ELL '
i Join now for only $15 : '" t9 ."HITE'HITE.RE ZIN A=:rtECA.CHARDONNAY.ERlor
New Large J 1c129 750 IIIl. SAUVIGNONASPAK
259 12 oz g 26P911115'lll i C 445 750 IIIl.
Books at Library I 5 Save $13STARKE I Bn!>. 52.5012 CASE OF II 4 59
The Friends of the Library have 5400

purchased 40 new large print books '1,1. GALLO :CR6AM rAWNY: POETRY
for the library. The following are I PORT
a few of the titles available for I I II '.s LITER 79
beCk-out: The First Presbyterian Church .ALE -PAK 28.25
"Shoot Low, Boys They'reRidiDa I I 6-PAK FRANZIA
Call Street CASE
921 East
Lewis ; 1699
ShetlMdJPonies", by 'r' ," 59
I 'Mondays,1pm I II 3 LY O2. IMI? : '-NEW 'lngkIlOO
GriBolta and "Break-In", by Dick .' BTlS. ecHA811S BLUSH .CHAa118
Commandment", by J"O'
"The Eighth /\ 3 LITER ONBAR.RHINE
Call the At Work I
I about Program
LawrenceSunders .L1TTE .REGULAR .LIGHT CASE OF.4 599 CAs LITER
"Golden Cup"." >y Belva Plain I EXTRA GOLD 23.25 OF .. 639 :
"Poison" by Ed McBain I TOtl 1-800-874-4170 .REGULAR 24.75 ;

Stop by die library for these and I L---------- = _ II.PAK _CASE
lots more. For more Information -' l29 1o.CANS 1I 099
about large print books, call the NEW FAST& FLEXIBLE,PROGRAM 57 CANS oi. LOOSE THURSDAY JAN.BEGIN lath

library at W44400. oil,,_t oi.p.ta7A..TO_---tofn -..r...+'---......"' -A.Ornw.e THROUGH
ut. pcr.a_--nooo"----- wEMNiaMTcHc'wwTERNATK WEDNESDAY JAN. 24th.



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with I'iiris ""nun11 s of Long. Ago". They nrrMi.ikumdinosaur cheapest system"would 'cull for Student Council News:
,, Surprise Birthday on
courage you to call IP "mi ('HIP) .4 dioramas and will ., Inside/Outside Dress Out Day -
me l lo come;: in und got .ic<|iuml!<'il Wednesday. The party was r HIT.II.rsuccess t he making:! dinosaur blew Sn ..11..1grulll' $100,000) of register tapes In !I. January 12, Friday.: All students
like into tin1 school. This
SES We lo ihank brought
News. ('lav.rcwo.sMrs. News clothes either inside out,
: wore their
.. : a lUll home nchvily'would
Union's 3rd and -II li 1 IM,.i enjoyed Bill Kandby mi'U'oroloci.sl.from party. We would also like lo ihank count (letting .your help- it is, but this Is another way to |par Day",sponsored by the SES Student
V. Mrs. Mattox, Mrs tawe Mrs Alton, your 'hange.Publix chase computers that we have never '
Channel 1 l2' lie spoke mi Supermarkets IMC IMXM>II- Council. It was a great success!
Roadrunner .
IIIPrlr.cial's weather fOl'e'lIstingH'athl'r.. Mrs. DeValerio, and Mrs had access to before now members would
storms ami safety Later, he spokrabout Whitehead who all helped us with I heparly. poring a program onaUir.H schoolslo So, if you do shop at Public! pleasesave like Student to Council thank all 'theparentsteachers
purchase Apple ComputerSystems.
.. and send
M..2tag. "Happy Birthday Mrs register tapes .
the effect of weather oil our The your who baked
Stronl"! (News by Angela Ilillanl plan "simply stated them to school to Mr. Hartley's at-
1990 has ... KxamultvGreenhouse : We
gotten off to H oat Marl environment. says that when you shop at a'PubIs something for our Bake Sale. ap-
and Carrie Crawford) tention.We will greatly appreciate it
at Starke effect, acid global
Elementary with many exciting rain Store keep .*" '' and preciate all your help.
Third grade classes baked your >? tape and it will be a project that will
I events taking plac e now aid warning arid the o/.one lie also toll and had woniitri.il 11'11'1'breud \ send it to'your child's school. 'I'liere, benefit the children of Starke Next Friday, Jan. 19, we will be
men a
,, with many more ni.portant things about how he became .1 are different Apple Computer planting two trees for Arbor Day.
time. This went with their Elementary.Thank
and his l'IIIt'1i along
fast approching on the hormn Ifs meteorologist college Making Tracks
be Roadrunners
Systems that can purchased M. Assistant "SES
whole tor the week you
language unit
hard to believe, but the first hall oi' turn ,Tiili"- depending upon the total dollar \'I'inHpHl. On the Path to Success"
the 1989-90 school term will smut' 1 lx Mrs Strong's class surprised! her Second 're' siU.n'au nount of the register laws. The .
t over, with the midyear card: MX BB > M A, ....

\ weeks Monday) report,Jan. 29.cards If you going haven't homo, li.nl on AIIl The Other .
an opportunity to meet your thud T-T: TIIHM
J/ teacher personally as vet. Id im-i-n 1 I d White Meat:

Hampton Pork "The Other White Meat" WholeOr

I Hilites.. n Half Boneless (Sliced FREE!) $28

" By Dolorl'lIl\It'nJ(
I Ph..4WMSI5
Hampton Elementary School. PORK lOINSIChef's
On Tuesday Jan. IS, an important
meeting of school volunteers! was
I held In the school cafeteria beginning
at 9 a.m. All present, past, or Prime Boneless
prospective persons interested In.... 1 Lb
) assisting at the school in any way on
: a tend.volunteer basis were urged to at Rib EndPORK ri::

Early IOBlrlhd.i>s
Jan. 1, Brandie Cunningham
Margaret Wadsworth William 6 ROAST SUN. MON. TUES. WED. TNUN. FRI. SAT.1s .
McKenzie. Jan. 2: Carl Rowe. Jan. s LT 1 Te 1. 20
3: Sabrina DeSue. Jan. 4:: David
Padgett, Selena Hunt.Jan. 7: David :**** 21
Grady. Jan. 8: Jason Padgett. -- America's Cut Boneless Center Cut Prices In this. ad good
Elaine Rhoden. Jan. 9: Alice Faye RIur Pork Chops . !' Lb. 2.98 Jan. IS thru Sunday, Jan.Mondal'9D.
Brenda Bawek.
Waters. Jan. 11: -
I Ricky Martin. Jan. 12: Cory Wright.
Eric Cagle, Chris Meng. Jan. 13:
Bobby Dennis. Jan. 14: Jessica CAUL FLOWER
Jones, Carri Jones Donny Jones. Country I .
Earselene Zimmerman. Jan. 15:: P : ; > :
Donnie Roberts and Jason l.ovcll. C ride '
/f '
Focus on Careers:

Single Parents or

Homemakers Prog. s MiaULb.

i If you have been contemplating
developing a new career direction or
\ want to make the transition from ATE
L homemaking employment. t
Community College can assist you in
the decisions necessary to pursue anew
I' career path. 3 North Carolina
During the two week seminar '
from Feb. 19-March 2, ll!m the 9 I : e '
following services will be provided : 1 1 Bunch SWEET
Vocational and career assess!

mer.tClarification of meaning!ul lite
2 Liter Diet /
goats and ways to achieve them. POTATOES
Information on high wage/high Jimmy Dean Mild, Hot,
placement career programs V Special Recipe & Extra Mild NORTH
Pre-employment preparation

including Practice completion of successful of resumes.inter & COLA4 ROLL CAROUHA

viewing techniques and discussions \ SWEET
concerning current employmenttrends. A \Y 4 ; Lb... "
SAUSAGE ,. ,;y ,
The class meets daily from 9:00-: .
2:00, and is free for adult residentsof .i.J... 1-Jj{ {
Alachua and Bradford counties.
To enroll in the February program Grade A Pack 9
contact Andrea Ashley at 395-5J93. FaBE STI' $15
CHICKEN 2 Liter Diet Mtn. Dew I
SFCC Offering \ Mtn. Dew. . .. .. . 1.09 Lb.BOSTON .
Workshop on Extra Lean 612 Oz. Pepsi Cans
and Related Items .. .. 1.59
MarketingSanta BUT1S r
Fe Community College's Office
of Business, Industry and Small California
Government Services will offer an Holly Farms
Advanced munications Marketing workshop January and Com-17 & Jumbo Pack Iceberg

from 8:30: a.m. til 12:30 p.m. at the 5 COORS LIGHT
Florida Farm Bureau in ) CHICKENDRUMSTICKS
Gainesville.The 128 ) LETTUCE
workshop conducted by Jerry
Hines, will focus on the effective 12/12pkcn
profitable use of social communication -
styles and Neuro Linguistic Pro- Head
gramming. ,
There is a$29 fee. For more information -
call Judy Krynski at 79cLb.
395-5312 Gainesville.NORMAN'S. $569



MARKET 8 Oz. Reg. & Thin Spaghetti/ Lipfcnn. I
301 North of Starke Elbow MacaroniMUELLER'S ,

_Farm 964-9152 Fresh Collard 15 Oz. Food PASTA Lion 3/1/ SALE

and Turnip Greens TOMATO SAUCE ,

$ 50bunch 6 Oz. Contadina Muellerfe,

TOMATO PASTE elbowa> -

Apples and Pears 8 Oz. Crushed/Chunk Muellersspaghetti.' t

3 for j.

?iii 10 Oz. Chopped
15.5 Oz. Lt. Red Kidney Or -----
Indian River Fruit ( 10 Ct. Butter Flavored "-
15 Oz. Chili BUjSH KRAUT
; '
Florida Strawberries
JOAN OF ARC BEANS TEXAS STYLE BISCUITS o 6 0 z. B u berryCherryPeachRasp1.5

Ced Key Oz. Chicken/1.6 Noodle/ 5 Ct. -'5 Oz. BiscuitsBUTTERMENOTS berry/Strawberry/Strawberry-Banana
OystersPints 1.7 Oz. Oriental Or Vegetable Lipton YOPLAIT LIGHT- YOGURT

15 Oz. Blackeye Peas/Pintos/Great

Perch $119. Northern/Pork & Beans t

LUCK'S BEANS Cherry Lip Balm


15 Oz. Mixed/Chopped Mustard/Chop II

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January IN ItlltI! ": .":(:f"'PIl 1'1I1t' 7A j
on said replat: thence run South CALL FOR BIDS -
6043'40" West 723.73!! feet, thence run on "Outstanding Florida affected the .
are by
South 001403' West 259.54 feet to the Sealed bids sheet may be obtained by Department proposed
to decision
provide subsidized childcare permitting petitionfor
South line of sold Section 24; thence run Department of Environmental .
services In administrative hearing
Alochua an proceeding (
Dix tion Bureau of Surface Water
South B8 15 40'
East 1583.53 feet
to the I ie, Gltchrlst and Levy Counties for fiscal ) In accordance with Section 120.57,
POINT OF BEGINNING thence ment 2600 Blair Stone
; continue year 1990-91 under a Title XX Social Service Florida Statutes. The petition must contain .
South 88"1S40" East Tallahassee Florida 323992400.
along said South
line, 520.67 feet, thence run North Block Grant will be received In the ther Information please the Information set forth below and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH O1*44'20" East 185.39 feet to theoulh.rly office of Alochua Community Coor Klemm Eric Shaw Marge must be filed (received) In the Office of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH right of line of a 60 foot dinated Child Care Inc (A4Cs), 1831 Tom Swlhart In Tollaha... ( ) General Counsel of the Department ot
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA JUDICIAl CIRCUIT IN AND FOR road, thence run Northwesterly way with N.W. 13th St., Suite 8, Gainesville, 487-0305,or Jeremy Tyler In 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee
CASE NO! 89.146-CP ((14133)IN ) BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA curve concave Southwesterly said curvo Florida 32601 until TuJi CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.401.CA 1990 at 2:00 Specifications and bid publication of this notice Petitioner
Itchg 1/18 Cont
having a central angle of 43 5940'. u ;
RE: The Estate of FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida radius of 123.36 feet an arc length of packages may be obtained from the shall mail a copy of the petition to, the
corporation 94.72 feet above address or phone Peg Foust at applicant at the address Indicated aboveat
WILLIAM RIPKE Deceased. Plaintiff and a chord bearing and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
distance of North 6615'50" West 92.4* 373-8426 or 1-800.962.2385. A bidder REGISTER the time of filing. Failure to file a petition
vs feet, thence conference to provide technical within this time period shall constitute
COURTNAV ASSOCIATES. INC.. 4:14.98 feet: thence run South 014420' assistance In completing the bid a waiver of any right such person
a Florida corporation; and JACK West 220.0 feet package will be held on Thursday may have to request an administrative
the Pursuant
administration to POINT OF BEGINNING to Section 865.09,
of the Estate of M. COURTNAV. I
WILLIAM Individually; February 8, 1990. at 2:00: p.m. at the Statutes, notice hereby determination (hearing) under Section
RIPKE. Deceased File No. Defendants. A4C given 120.37
Office. Florida Statutes.
Parcel 2 (Tract "D">. A tract of land Written notice of Intent to undersigned Tin Goetiman
89-146-CP ((1.4133)). I I. pending In the Circuit NOTICE OF SALE submit bids must be received The Petition shall contain the follow-
situated by Friday
In the
Southwest 1/4 of Section 674 lawtey. Florida 32058 .
Probate Court for Bradford County Florida Notice Is hereby given that pursuant 24, Township 8 South, Range 22 East February 2nd. Rights are reserved to re doing business under the firm ing Information: (a) the name. address,
Division the address of which Is to an order final lect and and telephone number of each .
or a judgement of Bradford any all bids, and accept those TIM GOETZMAN petitioner
County Florida sold tract beIng
Bradford County Courthouse Starke, foreclosure entered In the above that best meet the requirements of the applicants name and address .
Florida more particularly described as PANY Route 1. Box 674 .
32091. captioned action, I will sell the property follows A4C's. the Department Permit File
The name and addres of the personal situated In Bradford : 32058 Intends to register' said Number and the In which the .
County Florida Commence at the most Westerly corner Itchg 1/18, Cont. No 350 name under the aforesaid county project
representative and the personal described as: of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB Dated this 16th day of I I. proposed, (b) A statement of how

representative attorney .ore set forth Parcel I (Tract "C"): A tract of land ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", os shownon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH In Bradford County Florida. and when each petitioner received

below. situated In Section 24, Township 8 South. plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1/1 B notice of the Department action or proposed .
All Interested persons are required to Range 22 East Bradford County Florida page 51 of the public records of Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA action, (c) A statement of how
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS said each petitioner substantial Interestsare
tract being "
more particularly County Florida and run North 2916 20 PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS descri'wd OF PUBLIC affected by the Deportment actionor
as follows: West along the Westerly line of said CASE NUMBER: 90-06-CP
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the .state Co mence at the most Westerly corner replot a distance of 180.0 f.at to the IN RE: ESTATE OF ON PROPOSED proposed action, (d) A statement of
and ((2)) any objection by on Interested tf lot 64 of "KEYSTONE ClUB most Westerly corner of Lot 63. as shownon REGENIA A. STRIGLERS MEDICAL SERVICES ( ) the malarial facts disputed by Petitioner .

person to whom notice was moiled that ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", as shownon said replat; thence run SouthW'43'40" Deceased ORDINANCE if any, (e) A statement of facts

challenges the validity of the will the plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, West, 723.75 feet, thence run NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION which petitioner contends warrant
qualifications of the personal representative page SI, of the public records of Bradford South 00'14'05" West 259.54 feet to the The administration of the estate of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN reversal or modification of the Depart
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. County Florida and run North South line of said Section 24; thence run REGENIA A. STRIGLERS deceased File 5th day of February. 1990 at 10 ment's action or proposed action: (f) A

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 29*16'20"West along the Westerly line of South 88*15'40" East, 663.13 feet to the Number 90-06-CP. Is pending In the Circuit the Bradford County Board statement of which rules or statutes
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. said replat a distance of 180.0 feet to POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue Court for Bradford County Florida. Commissioners, In regular .... petitioner contends require reversal or

Publication of this Notice has begunon the most Westerly corner of Lot 63 as South 88*15'40" East, along said South Probate Division the address of which Is held at the board meeting modification of the Department action
January 4. 1990 shown on said replat, thence run South line, 118.40 feet; thence run North 945 North Temple Avenue Storks Bradford County Courthouse. or proposed action: and (g) A statementof
WALTER RIPKE 60'43'40" West 723.75 feet, thence run Ol*44'20" East 220.00 feet to the Florida 32091 Th. names and addressesof Florida will hold a public the relief sought by petitioner stating

Route 1 1. Box 143 South 0014'05' West 259.14 feet to the Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot the Personal Representative and the proposed enactment of an precisely the action petitioner wants the
Hampton Florida 32044 South line of said Section 24, thence run road i thence run North 88*15'40" West Personal Representative attorney are MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) interest'f Department to take with respect to the
Personal Representative South 88*15'40" East 783.53 feet to the along said Southerly right of way line, set forth below. establishing a countywide Department action or proposed action
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue 118.40 feet; thence run South Ol*44'20" Alllnt.re.ted persons are required to assessment In the amount of $ If a petition Is filed. the administrative

Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P.A. South BSMS'40"! East along sold South West 220.00 feet to the POINT OF file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON one year period for the hearing process Is designed to formulate.
P.O. Drawer 938 tine, 149304 feet; thence run Northul'44'20" BEGINNING. THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS EMERGENCY MEDICAL agency action Accordingly the Depart.ment's
Parcel 3 (Tract "F"): A tract of land.ltuat.d The Ordinance will repeal final action may be different from
Starke Florida 32091 East 115.00 feet to theSouthwly NOTICE ((1)) all claims the
In Section 24, Township 8 South against estateand County Ordinance No. 89.7. the position taken by It in this NoticePersons .
((904)) 964.5700Attorn.y right of way line of a 60 foot ((2)) any objection by Interested
any whose
vided for substantial Interest will
road Range 22 East Bradford County Florida a special ..
for P.rlanalR.pr..ntallve run Northwesterly with
a person on whom this notice served
wgs affected
sold tract being more particularly operations and emergency by any decision of Ih.Departm.nt .
curve crncove said that
Northeasterly curvIng challenge the
validity of the Will
described follows vices in the amount of $100.00 with regard to the applied'
1/04 4tchg 1/25, Control No. 339 having a central angle of 4401'19". a Commence as : the qualification of the Personal All Interested tion have the right to petition to becomea
radius of 250.86 at the moll! Westerly corner parties are
feet an arc length of Representative, venue, of
of or jurisdiction party to the proceeding The polltlonmu.t
lot their
NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF 192.74 and a chord bearing and distanceof CLUB the Court. present comments at the
BRADFORD COUNTY North 66.16'40" ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT". as shownon place set forth abovePersons conform to the requirements
specified above and be filed, (received)
plat recorded In Plat Book 3, are advised that
I Jn Northwesterly with SO
BARRED. within 14 days of publication of this
that page 51, of the public records of Bradford decide to appeal any decision
Notice Is hereby given public concave Southwesterly, said curve havIng Publication
of this has
Notice begun notice In the Office of General Counselat
meetings of the Bradford County a cer,tral angle of 4359'40". a radiusof County Florida and run North 1/18/90 this hearing they will need a
2916 20 West along the line of the the above address of the Department.
Development Authority will be held ot 123.5 feet an arc length of 94.72 Westerly proceedings, and for such
sold replat. a distance of 60.00 feet to Personal) Representative: they need Failure to petition within the allowed
4:00: p.m. at the Santa Fe Community feet anti a chord bearing and distanceof may to ensure 'that
the most Southerly corner of Lot 63 of ALICE JEAN STRIGLERS WILLIAMS record of the time frame constitutes a waiver' of any
College Board Room at 209 West Call Nortli 661350" West 92.41 feet; proceedings is
sold and the POINT "West 26th Street right such has to request a hear-
replat OF BEGINNING person
Street Starke, Florida. The meeting thence run North 8815'40" West which record includes the ..
thence Jacksonville FL 32206 Ing under Section 120.57. FloridaStatutes ,
continue North
; 291620"West .
dates for the year 1990 or. scheduled as 1234.98 feet; thence run South 0144'20" EUGENE evidence upon which the )
along said Westerly line 120.00 F. SHAW based and to participate as a party to !
follows: West 2WOO feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. feet to the most Westerly corner of said Attorney for Personal Representative925E DATED this 16th day of this proceeding Any subsequent intervention I
Thursday February 22, 1990 EXCEPTING Lot 63; thence run South 60"43'40" West North Temple Avenue BOARD OF COUNTY will only be at the approval of
Thursday April 26 1990 100.00 feet; thence run South 29'16'20" Starke. FL 32091 BRADFORD the presiding officer upon motion filed
Thursday June 28 1990 FOI LOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: ((904)) 964.5200 COUNTY Rule .5.
East 120.06 feet to the Northerly right of pursuant to 28 207. F.A.C.
Thursday August 23, 1990 Commence of Lot 64 at the of most"KEYSTONE Westerly CLUB corner way line of a 60 foot road, thence run Fla. Bar No. 0729411182tchg Clerk RAY of The application Is available for public
Thursday October 25, 1990Thur.day. Northeasterly along said Northerly rightof 1/25, Cant. No.352 Inspection during normal business
ESTATES 1/25 Cont
UNIT ONE REPlAT". os shownon 1/l82tchg ;
December 27, 1990
thereof way line with a curve concav.South.O'I.rIV. hours, 800am. to 5 00 p.m.. Monday
plat In Plot Book
The purpose of the meeting Is tu con NOTICE OF PUBLIC .
duct page 51 of the public records of Bradford sold curve having a central WORKSHOPThe through Friday "cepllegal holidays. ot
such business
os may propertycome angle of 01*36'45'. a radius of 14000 Department of Environmental Regulo
County Florida and run North 29"16'20"We.t STATE OF FLORIDA
before the Authority. feet, an arc length of 3.94 feet and a Department of Environmental tlon. Northeast District Office. 3426 Bill,
If a person decides to appeal any decision along the Westerly line of said chord bearing and distance, of North Regulation announces a public DEPARTMENT OF Rood Jacksonville. Florida 32207.
replat. a distance of 180.0 feet to the REGULATION
made by the Authority with respect 5955'17' East 3.94 feet: thence run workshop to which all person are Invited Itchg 1/18: Cont No 333"WINNING .
of shown
to matter considered at such most Westerly corner Lot 63 as NOTICE OF INTENT
any North 60'43'40" East along sold Northerly .
meeting?such person will rr.ed record right of way line 96.06 feet to the DATE AND TIME: March :21, 1990, 7:00 TO ISSUE PERMIT

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that a verbatim record of the proceedings CHURCH OF GOD for cash; In the lobby of the Bradford Avenue A, Camp Standing, Florida. Regulation gives notice of its '
Is made which record Includes issue to the Florida
a permit 1
County Courthouse in Starke, PURPOSE
N. r Florida : To discuss and receive
422 St. Clair
the and 964-5449 of Corrections 1311
evidence which ,
upon at 11:00 o.m, on the 6th day of February public comment on the proposed
the appeal Is to be based. John Spratlln Pastor 1990. designation of Klngsley lake and Black Boulevard Tallahassee.

By Raymond C. Navltsky Wo' Invite you to worship with us WITNESS my hand and official seal on Creek (North Fork) from Klngsley Lake and 3:1499.:1500, to construct station to a TENNIS
BCED pumping serve
Secretary 'Attonded Nursery this 6th day of November 1989. yp to the northeast boundary of Camp Corr.ctlonallnatllullon. located

1/11 2tchg 1/18 Cant. No. 340( Sunday School ._..._.?..___ loam RAY NORMAN, Standing os Outstanding Florida Waters, East of Lowtey, County Road 200
Morning Wanl p ..._.???...?. 11 am Clerk of the Circuit Court Including discussion and considerationof ford County Florida. $10 per Hour
Evening Service ._>**_?..HHHi 6 pm By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk the need for any rule on the subject A whco' substantial Ask for Mark at 964-6305 or 473-4380

Wednesday Youth .......................... 7:30: pm 1/11 4tcha 2/02, Cont. No. 341 matter A copy of the agenda, as well os person
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Specializing in State Bank Crafts if Consignments AUTO SALVAGE
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1 SEARS $200.00. SANYO MICRO- brand, with gates posts and railings.
WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVAl 292' on water and extendingto
PION mobile
WAVE 1 CU FT $100.00. SEARS $1.000.282-5093. 12
Hwy. 100. 7.17 ocr" s, $169.000. Property eon be divided Into two 100' lots
home,14x70carpetedgardentub.breakfaslbar.utility HEAVY DUTY WASHER$75.00. ALL WATER HEATERS: 30 and 42 gal ea.,
$65,000 each and on. 92.65' lot 48000.
room.wired for WORK GREATII $50. Guaranteed perfect cond.; tub Lake. 160' rood and 170'
WANT A GETAWAfiPLACET 190" on Sampson
1988 CHEW SPORTSIDE AT AC PS central alr.Must setl.movlng! No eq- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS divert-a-valves, pert condition, by deep. <-Co. (....HOMES.... $25,000
PB, Sport Wheels. MUST SELL! uity-take over payments. Serious $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- Gerber, $20 ea.; carpeting varying HANDSOME 2.STORY.'CIDA. HOMI witha beautiful view of Lbke Sampson.
$9500 qBO. 964-9248 or 782- Inquires onlylCall 964-3939keep 694S. 12ALUMINUM sizasm from $20-35; Commodes Located In Brlmwoodt'Point.-3 BR, 2 BA Central Heat pump carpeted Insulated
3660.TFN 2 lI'ying.4FREE NEWSPAPER American Standard and Gerber, windows, skylights mahogany ext. doors, sunken tub ceiling fans,
1939 PLYMOUTH: Original condition; FREE FREE Credit Check and PLATES.Measure 24x38 complete closets $35 ea. 282-5093. 2205 sq. ft. living area 1937 tf.f, wrap around porch must see to appreciate.
original motor Runs good. Must see Pre-approval on mobile home loans. Inches.50 each. Great for patchingand 12PIANO Owner financing to a'fluallUd! buyer; $105,000.
to appreciate $4,000. Call after 6 pm CaN Bruce at 7555114. Circle B repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. FOR SALE: Responsible party to CHEAPER THAN REIJJTI: Immdculate.t!\ .+furnished 3 bedroom I'/t both mobile
964-2573 weekdays anytime on Homes Lake City FL. 4 Call St Starke. 12 assume small monthly payments on home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove t frig, separate
weekends. 2 4 BR's BIG 1990 28x70. with plywood NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. garage, beautifully1 landscaped !lot on Griff Loop. $ 19,600.
1983 CADILLAC: AT. PS PB. AC PW. floors, wood siding shingle roof, plus For Sale. We Install and activate. Call Credit Dept. 904-254-8481. DUPLEX 630-632 W. Francis 5.., Each'side 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-in kitchen LR, Util!
Diesel. Newly overhauled good tires. free delivery and set-up.$290 per mo. 0644238. TFN 12 12GARDEN Rm..w/corportonon..nd,i k 45000.
Excellent cond., runs like new. $2500. Call 755-5114. Circle B Homes Lake HANDI! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings TILLER, $80. Call after 6 pm NE 26th A".. 2 BR/I.BA New Roof .r $26,000
9642796. 2 City. FL 4 storage buildings, garages green- 964-2573 weekdays anytime on HWY.301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BRvJ ba CH&A; 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 40,000
1984 FORD LTD'4 Door. AT PS. PB AC. BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy weekends. 12 NW 4Sth AVI.i 3 bedroom 'l.both 5 acres. Home, hat new 20 yr. roof freshly
Radio, good tires. $1750. 964-2798. wide. $1,000 On. Pmt Singtewide, 301 South, 964-8848 TFN 25% OFF ALL DECORATED T-Shirts 4 painted inside. Owner says 'Make an Offer)"
2 $500 dn. pmt Everyone can buy-bad 1212X21 Sweat Shirts. Also all ladies ready-to- GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE)4 bedroom.2 bath with' a large family room

1978 FORD 150 FLATBED: AC, PS PB. credit or no credit. Call 755-5114 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN wear.PINEHURSTVARIETYAcrossfrom located In the city. 59300.
Circle B Homes, Lake City. FL 31S WALNUT STREET Gqacfarentol: prop rly--3 homes:
Wide tires. $1000. 964-2796. PAYMENT .Hand! House portable Southside Elem. School, Hwy
1990 DOUBLEWIDE 24x44 3 BR 2 BA. 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story, porches;
2 : buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- 100 S. 12
1977 DODGE PICKUP:AC AT. PB. PS. Wood siding and shingle roof, plus 8848 TFN 12 SEARS WOOD BURNING STOVE: $75; -2 1080 Total Total Sq.Ft.Sq.Ft.Call;, ?for viewing, ,, OI'IA" (thei'e, I $ 89,000

Longbed. good tires, $1750. 964- free delivery and set up. $14,095.Call MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales,wicker Reese-Hitch for Chevy and receiver, ELEGANCE THE COUNTKYrgBJt.: I ba. concrete block, window treatments,

2796 2 755-5114,Circle B Homes.Lake City used furniture appliances, TV's, 1107821221. 12 3 ceiling fans, CHtA, stove, refrlg, DW, garage with door opener antenna
I HAVE USED CAR DEALER LICENSE: FL 4 microwaves, VCR's .You name It, I '67 CAMPER, need work, $100;45 auto, with rotary boo.ter;'woodfloors, new Andersen window., carpet, rose
If you would like to buy and/or sell a 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD carry ill.! Alwas looking for such items. Colt 1911.with dips$400.964-6860. garden large patio area !complete with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy
few cars per month oropen a used car doublewkJe with all theextras.$19,000 Stop In if you'wlsh to sell something. 12FILE Susan table, hothouse; "...,..tiedY;?: ftparote pumphouie, total electric
lot in your area please leave name balance and$1000/ down. Assume the 304 E. Call St, 9643250. Eveningscall CABINETS:A Bunch) 3& 4 drawer beautifully landscaped. '*, ni .,.
and phone number at 904-373-9340. loan. Will pay to have moved to your 9645813. Don't call after 9pm. some laterals your choice $35 ea. BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS, 3V BATHS, 402 St. Clalr St. .86 of an acre, foyer,
2 lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm, or 964- TFN 12 Also others. A few nice desks, drafting LR, DR kitchen w/ refrlg ronge/bven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den, laundry
79 TOYOTA COROLLA: Repaired, will 9115 during the day. 4 ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur table, map or blueprint files. Snackbarandrestaurantedqulpmentdoors room and an office, CHtA,**enclosed. carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious
sell whole or parts. 9645922. 12X55:2: BEDROOM 1 BATH.8x16 add Gasklns. 782-3140 12 ; back yard with security ll'dMs1' }* $71,000
2 on. Ph. 468-2409 or ((812)) 293-4207. 60 SHEETS 1/2 INCH CDX Plywood, and windows used. Ricks Salvage BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR. 1 ba':.CB', wood floors, 1185 s.f.. S acres $ 60,000 '
1984 TOYOTA TERCEL:$2500.Call 782- '86 PIEDMONT: 56x26,3 BR 2 Bath with $7.00 per sheet 964-7077. 301 N. 964-5184. 12 CRYSTAL LAKE Furnished log Cabin 98 ft. on water 1 BR/I BA. $90,000 I
3570. den and fireplace.CH/A Assume loan 12FUJI3Smm BROOKED 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D extra lot. $ 44,000
73 GMC HEAVY DUTY PICKUP: In good balanoa.Call 964-8566. 4 CAMERA telephoto lens and :YARD: SALES HAMPTON LAKE AREAt"3: 'BT :/T "A'; CH/A,-screened polio w/BBQ grill :
Also, 3 BR MH 1 1/2 BA, 3 Ac. Exc. for small horse farm. $ 12:2:., 00 I IiI
shape runs good. Call 964-5514. flash comes with 2
; camera bag. yrs.
:. SAT. JAN. 19 Dishes what ,t \..OT$I ACREAGE
:LOST/F'OUND FRI. & 20: ,
2 : old. Call after
78 CHEVY AUTOMOBILE: New tires. weekdays$100. anytime on 6 pm weekends.964-2573 pots,clothes,antique Jenny Lynn baby HWY 14. EASTt 20 A!;'lf l >Jfls" +jr&JZ:!: : .wells palm trees, septic tank, swimmIng :
pool. Can b. bought as one parcel: 1 er four 5-acre tracts. :
Black and
Motor smokes trade. '85 FREE PUPPIES: 3 mos. old. bed iron bed TV tables heaters and
MICHIGAN STREET! 2 Acres Inside F ctty'
mixed Mother hound.
white breed.
pt more. 5 miles out 16 West Prison "r
Datsun Pickup. 964-5687.2 782-3649 after 6 5 RIMS, off Dodge PU;. Call after pm, Road Rain Shine. WALDO Four lots, city water, welt, septic, 3 power poles. $ 28,000)) I
p.m. Signs. or
F-700 CARGO TRUCK: Great furniture 964-2573 weekdays anytime on !SE 19th ST. HAMPTON: Aer3 septic tanks, 4" sub pump 2 power poles, access
carpet or produce mover. Priced right ESTATE weekends. 12 7 to city water "* If' $17,000 !

Call Charlie at Teal Tile & Carpet, Ert OF AREAOCALA TV: Wards cabinet model, working con- S36 CHERRY STREET 200'x100"
P64-3286. 2 dition $100; Bon-Air popup camper, LAND FOR SALE HWY 225t: One Acre. SOlo: q-., 5.000
79 GRAND PRIX: T-Top, 1000. Also NATIONAL FOREST: wooded heat & air cond., $1800. Call 964- LOT 9. GOLFAIR ROADi Country Club Estates Make offer $ 8,700
three vans,several oldermotor homes lots river access. $5450 each. No 5875 after 4 pm. 12 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. lAWTEYi Five acres 105th Ave.Good investment! $ 15,000
and travel trailers. Most need ropair. money down. $65.41 month. Owner.I- THREE MOBILE HOMES: Must Gol! 3.3 Owner will finance, $$2000/acre PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD! !20.16 Ac.,3 wells, 2 poles $ 50,000
964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN WINDING TREE lAKEilof246v Fla: Frontier $ 15,000
More cars and trucks as Is. Ricks 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN Miles West of 301 on Hwy. 16. Makean .
Salvage 301 N., 9645184.COMMERCIAL NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLLING offer. 964-7375. TFN 12 9 AFTER HOURS
2 ACRES, well, septic and power pole. Ann.'T.rwIl.gor; ( B,tlhr. KlV, . . . . 473-7541
PROPERTY .Below MQTORS most: dealers: 1989 &invoice.1990 Models.100% '87 CAMARO Power B/S:,Black rebuilt A/C.engine.auto.New, AM/FM tires. ,, Cleared. Graham$14OOOOBO. $74-. Pauline Rondolph| f t r f y'ptnirCm.y: ; ; : 8'. fi'' f1 t .9U.6323 I
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available. Marine Debra Con h Jf1Ni 'e'
hnanking Sales Toll Clu '
$8.500.964-9317. 12 FARM: 7 1/2 acres, 3 BR 2 BA 18',"A3b. bW'I tAW 533-2242 .
SALE LEASE OR EXCHANGE, Free 1-800-544-2850 10 PLYWOOD PRICES DROPPED! COMPLETELY block home with enclosed garage, ,J J! it w1i1e . :: P.".': . _/
7000 sq ft two story stucco building. TIME SHARE UNITS: Distress Sales RESTOCKED! 7/16" Wafer CH/AC. Barn 3 wells pasture fenced

1374139 E. CallSL comer Thompson Cheapll World Wide selections. Call Board,$3.291/2"4-pl/CDX.7.29; ; and cross fencec!. Only $72,000. i i
St. Leased to purchase or prefer Vacation Network today. 1-800-826- 5/8" CDX 10.58;3/4 BC, 17.99; 3/8' RALPH BRYAN REALTY 9648878. -t' .n.
exchange for water front property. 7144 NATL 1-800-826-1847 in FL or TI-II Siding 10.59; 5TI-II Siding 9

Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849 1-305-771-6296. 10 14.59. Wo cany treated lumber. Pracutsprucestuds$1.6414pegboard- 10 ACRES, 25000. Possible owner fin.
3FOR WITHLACOOCHEE FOREST: 41.000 ; Call Joy Thornton Broker Thornton .
LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED acres of trails, 5 acres w/3/2 quality 8.99. Free delivery.468-2624 collect. and Associates. ((904)) 964-4223.
1000 sq ft fast food location across modular home, 2000 sf.Porches fireplace 7 mi. south of Starke on US 301. 9FOR
from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8843. eve- ,fenced pasture,feed,tackroom, Stephen Smith Lumber and Builders SALE BY OWNER: 1.754 Acre. INSTANT FINANCING:,-'REASONABLE INTEREST
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 and hot walker. $89,500. 904-637-
Supply. 12 Terms available. Call 964-8292. Mobile Home Lot: 'wtth' t>r without'septic &
FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/offioe 4015.10
well hookup ,"
space: 3000.9000 sq ft, located at BOATS I crimp 6'$4.20; 8', 5.60; 10', 7.00; SALE BY OWNER: 3 Acres on '
( e Lot in J'"u
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine 121. 8.40; 14'. 9.80; 16', 11.20. Free Building Keyston
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- delivery.468-2624 collect 7 ml. southof Forsyth Road Starke. $13.500 Total.- e 200 Acres in Bradford CtiUnty .................$1.500 Acre
1988 JOHNSON FISHING BOAT 14' 1-407-464-6827. 9
e 2 Lots & Mobile Home In'
5294 TFN 3 Starke on US 301. Stephen Smith Jeystonee
STORE FOR RENT. 1000 SQ FT. 301 trailer fiberglass, with galvanized Johnson. Magic Tilt Lumber and Builders Supply. 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227....................$6.50O Each
and7.5hp motor.Good
SOUTH PLAZA, 964-7681 OR 964- 12 Commercial BuUdlnffort Edwards Rd.
condition. $1500. 609 Collins Place.
6784 TFN 3 O64-606S.. A e 43 Acre Farm with :3 Br...2 Ba. Home In

Gainesville i -
FREE e 5 Acres on small lake ......_.....-..--.---..-----$3.000 Acre
For FHA; VA or Conventional e 3/4 mile lake frontage. on lake. In Alachua
Mortgages. County
e Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 B$ '.;with cottage.$185.OOO'
Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.000 Acre

errs? Purchase. Refinance or Construction; e For Rent. 2 Br.; 3; BavimtSanta< Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.

Fixed: Rate or Adjustable
XS. Ph. 964-3739 BRADFORD.LA 1 C \TILE COMPANYRonald

HAROLD K. DAVIS T" T P. O. box 568-!": Starke. FL E. Ntw lain 964-6881
Licensed Mortgage I ; Located Longchamp Bldg., ,
Broker esnmrrv.. US 301 South

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ERA Faulkner Really, Inc. .oJ'rLAw:raeySTAR111 .. \...) J _

Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.I?. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. :
+' rtf Your Full Sorvlco Real Estate Office c a

GARAGE With several 16'high boy doors, some qul.. priced to sell!! Owner -....:: .x 6i..4544lEijJ'.r L

will do financing. 8-90 i- :: UYL"'II r
*SALtTAGI YARD FOR SALE Ask Ir.n. for details. 690. \ :
HWY 301 SOUTH Commercial property with large versatile building, and paved a5N.1 JN 4t
parking lot. 209.89 v/Homes 'Acreage: .Waterfront
LAWTEYi 3 BAIl BA on approx. 3/4 ac. Only 28000. 207.89 -...n.M.1' .
3 3/4 ACRES beautifully wooded. Owner financing. 200.89 :. .- ommeicia1SALVAGE
4 ACRES MOSTLY CLEARED With 1 dug fish pond price reduced. 196.89
VERY NICE :3 BR/2 1/2 BATH Brick.veneer. on 1 acre. Many extras. Hwy 16 W. Owner Financing In Storke.. From. 2/1, Good Income. YARD f'a43.u"- 1,4di Brick home; 3 Acres with. frontage on I Ii S
renovated Inside North 301. well ". : '
194-89 *N.wly and out 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. > i
LAURA STREET 4 BR/3 BAm reduced to' 52000. Assumable mortgage by 'In BraoI quallfyer. 1 184-89 Saratoga Heights 3/1 CB. Neat I Clean, Fenced Backyard. sf.. sun deck well and septic. '
MADISON STREET Beautiful cofonlol home, needs. TIC appro 2 ocr., also 2 Cedar home on 1 acre, CHSA. range, ref. LOVELY; BLOCK Jftf>MFt. :'BR/2 .\, !; / Large .family room 2148 if.,
r.ntal uniti. 176-89 Concrete block 3/1. centra! heat In Starke. 100x129 lot. garage, landscdpid I** ..' 'j. f

HWY I* WEST: Beautiful wooded tot over 1/2'acre. Build home or put mobile Crystal lake Homesltes CB 3/1. CH&A, range, ref 1300 SF. SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelgan Brkk.eat-ln kitchen family room.,
home, only S4,200. 158-89. From., 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR. 1 3/. BA, large lot. In country. CH/A. 2310 sf. portfMA9" ,'fof J J Oe.k frontage on water.
DEERWOOOi large home, new carpet and pantry. Nice lot, about 1 acre. 157.89 Brkk 3BR/1V4 Ba, nice neighbors range, ,.f. CHSA, encl. garage. f i 1 BEAUTIFtA FRAME HWI.BV3BR/28A: family room w/fireplac.CHIA2184: ,
*S ACRES ON rORSYTHE ROAD With DW. 3 BR/2 BA, Owner will hold mortgage. REDUCED Country Club Area 3/2 Brick All app.. Ig. lot over 1500 sf. 1 sf, S76 sf workshop, landscaped lot Hampton Lake access nearby
211-89 Highway lo West, ./2'%, CHtA 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. LOTS OF PORCHES BR/IBA A-Frome w/porches all round. Stove I
*2 BR/2 BA FRAME STUCCO HOMI IN CITY Owner would consider holding mor Owner finance, 2 story 4/2 CH4A, en ..64 acres. refrlg., wood burnln Jave. sole barn 24.50. tool shed 8x9 well and sea--
tgag.. 5-90 lawtey area, nice home, CHtA 011' 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. tin on 6 acres. I I
*GREAT STARTER HOME: On large lot. 2 IR, 1 BA. Out of city. O.-A. 124.89 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. TWO STORY CB HOMI.3BR/2BAStove.. i fUfrlg., AC units, elec. heal well I
*FHA or VA 3 BR/I 1/2 BA on half ocr.. Come on and steal this one for 42500. Prestigious Florida Luxury In Country Club. All amenities top quality. This one and septic, 1 acre, <"-#*, ..,w fi'
18989 has to be seen. Call for private showing. TWO STORY APT. B1DO 25R/1 BA Each Apartment. CHis heat live-In one I
*THREE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In Country,Club area. From $9. '-00 to 12000. Bedford Lak., 2/1 CIlIA, completely' furnished extra nice. 100x300. apt., rent the other apartm jnt. "7p '
136-89 Brick CH4A over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 ac..... RIVER BEND ESTATES 3 BR/,2' BA DW Mobil. Home, CH/A 2 Acres i '
BR/1 1/2 BATH NEAR SCHOOLS CH/A, large lot, laundry room family room *Owner financing. Brick, 3/2 1/2 BA Pool All Appliances, Fireplace. p 4.. ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Mobil. Home. AC Unit., Central
or VA. .46.850.1.90 Form house CHtA on 28 ac,... 2 Bams, pecan grove. Heat Shod trees. .: 'I. -
13 NEW HAMPTON BEACH: $45.000..51 k,.. 7.90 Gorgeous brick home in Deerwood 3/2 Immaculate Must See. 'I !
ON ONE ACRE Paved road. 3.90 Owner lirnmrlng. 2 Immaculate MH's pasture, oaks on :24 acres. SELECTED PROPERTIES

*5 ACRES, LAWTIYi 125 W. 2.90 Stark. Historic. it_. 6BR, 3'/4.... 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. 20 ACRES- Cty Hwy 223 Neat Cawley, Planted Pines, I
*3 BR, 2 BA Nice area, very well kept. 127.89 A Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm horn. "/2 4 Ba on 36 acres. P NOME SUXJ LOTS Hwy I6.W. City Water t Se..ti9e. Owner
Owner Anxious, Make Offer 4/1 1/2 over 1500 sf.Close to Sta..... HOME BU50 LOTS Shady poks S/D. Stocker.I Financing. !
Owner Financing: New carpet fresh paint 3/1, over 1300 sf.ln Starkei FOUR S-ACRE TRACTS Breaker Owner Financing. 7*1 I
Call One of Our Professionally Excellent Neighborhood: In Starke, 3/2, CH/A. all appliances, fireplace. NICE, T .III.N.tI1 RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.. 1

9..5 ACRES Frontage! S.m ,.,, Well.a Septte.
Trained Staff Today...964-5069 Owner Anxious Repair garage metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) Concrete parking. I ;. '..'. i.f 1
Reduced US 301 South. Appro 6 Ac., Metal bldg., MH 2 wells, 3 septlcs. 'AFTER HOURS' I

After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: Wayne Doogles.'64-dt6'' ,, ,,,,,, ; Bill||| Gnann'W.6664 L I
sWie .Iron L. rwwlkn.'.....'44'-9M2 Callus AbouL( p Bill Dodd.9W.7 0I Clarice Stephens'W.331 T ;
jJng .DarUn Godwin..4M-2503 LAKE LOTS 'HOMES ACREAGE Nevis Ware.964-7494 !


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i [ Keystone Area Ads ] MOVING-Furniture SALB-Frl-Sat.YARD Misc. 'Craftrnan SALES Damascus 14 HP 42"Rood cut, [[ Starke Area Ad I I

mower. $500. 77 Chevy 250 6 cyl truck .
motor $200, VW buggy'100. 30 ft.

HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE trailer single axle. $125.00. 473-9741. : -
rFOFI' R EN"'t' .
1 tpd/1-18 HELP WANTED
MOVING SAll-John Liar Model 318,
Tractor with doublebagger. AIRall
Own Wwiv.r, Walton unlts$990 to $1990. Call 4737566.Mu.t.3tpdl4I.II,2. .
Realty Corp. Cu.Ft.,Amana Refrigerator paid. from $37.50 weekly, '
REALTORS .', 215. 22 up Openings available In several areas needed for Stawt Mmiry'1
6mocha-l -: 473.4816. or 475.2272. 4 BEDROOMS ONLY $4t,000-on an acre purchased 1989-top of the line. Will MAGNOLIA HOTEL.-/'Walnut St, wililTaln. For Info call 708-742-8620 Lake Butler L;:.,1,,., .
PAHT-TIMl-Halr.tyll.t with following. lot you'll find this 4 bedroom 2 bath sacrifice 4733010. ltpd/1-18 Starke, In front of Post Office. exi "<"> isAN mum month .'
SATURDAY-Plum Valley Lane, SR-21
4732672. ltchg/1-18 home. Needs finishing work done. All South. Look for ltpd/1-18 13MOBILE YOU 1 L'CAN APPLY.Guaranteed Visa/ 4 year eolieg.
major systems are complete. Call to RUMMAGE SALE-Frlday signs 9-4 Saturday HOME 3BR.I 11/2 oath, carpeted, MC, US Charge. Even with bad credit. In social science or crn' '',. ,t' .
NOTICE see today! Watson Realty, 9-1 p.m. First Assembly p.m.of God, appliances air and central heat, un No one refused.Call1-E02-842-1087. equivalent tralningr'expttncirii: :* An I:"'

473-4816.ttchg1/18 1, Keystone Heights, Hwy 100. ltchg/1-18 furnished on Gritfis Loop$250 month, ext.( U4424. 15 cation available al: State A.lw-KV .
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.nib- SLY BUY-Oose horn to has town ej. ,fenced this necely yard.landscaped The 4-FAMIIY-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. You $150 tecuity deposit, call after 6prn ASSOCIATE TO SELL AVON: Sat your Office, 112 S.E 8ml\ />. >>..;s

milled to the Lak. Rvglan Monitor office brick exterior will' keep this a low can find a lot of excellent bargainshere. 064-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 own hours) Earn $8-510 per hourl Gainesville ?L yc1*. ,

In writing and paid In odvanc maintenance horn. 3 bedrooms, 2 Speakers, crib, dressing table, 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFISLOOP.loverefrigeratorand Call Joyce Dist.Sales Manager,904- January 24. J&30 '.>. '' .,'" -'
unl... credit It already .ttobllthod both. Ideal stroller, sofabed, clothes etc. Don'tmil' dish 462-2743, leave .
with this office.MONITOR on starter/retirement out. Located at 7500 Paradise message. nlly/Alfirmatlvo: \ AttiiKi >; : ,'
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD home. Owner financing available. Drive, behind ballpark on lake.ltchg118 washer furnished carperted throughout 15 EXPERIENCED COUM 1 /\tr ;'
Watson Realty.. 473-4116. 56000. front and back porch and utility OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST REGIS- I
FOR MISTAKES IN NEEDED for Auto rnrt.i't: t
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER AFFORDABLE ltehgl/18 WATRFRONT-wlth nice YARDSAll-Keystone. Jones Funeral room.caillng faniforced air heat and TERED: Qualified to do home care In person Autwnoti! I "..' ". O
THE TELEPHONE. a Home Parking Lot, January 1920. window air,Large private yard nor visits under Medicare Program State
white beach this 2 bedroom homo, on a 15
Clattlfled deadline It 11:00 a.m. Tuesday 'wooded lot I. on Ideal weekend ltpd/1-18 drive.$300 mOnth.plus $200 security of Florida. Full time salaried with PART TIME Af.0 "eUL. f' a It,

priori Thursday's publication. retreat or starter/t tlr.ment home deposltcall! after 6pm, 964-8970 or benefits or per visit-mileage! rate.Call WICH MAKER! ('rj, ,-'
Minimum charg. Is$3.50 for IS words, AstumoMe FHA let mortgage. Central FOR SALE 9648705. 13 Beverly, 964-8772 or 1-800-448- w.;;
th.n 13 cents for each additional word.If >eo1'air'woodbumlng stove.Watson MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 7753. Upjohn Healthcare Services. tli .> 1
bills or. moiled out. th.r. will be a Realty 473-4814, $49,000. ltchgl/18 SINGER AUTOMATIC-New In carton. WATER SEWERCABLE TV. 2 BR, 15 Apply In person Cct.. '
$3.00 billing charge. WATERFRONT INCOMl-On Swan lake Cost $489-Bal. due $219 or payment of 1 BATH, 064-7493 TFN 13 REGISTERED NURSES FOR CERTI- Shoppe botwriort 11 1 > >v.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, month with good credit. 964-4050 NO. fVl'\ ,N :
Keystone Hit., FL 32656 4737862. 4lchglll2lOTTER PLEASE.1C
excellent of waterfront Income
WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- Homo visits in Bradford and Union
when you are using one or both of SPRINGS RV-Resort membership.Paid r.
7498 TFN 13 counties Recent ICU IV .
them. Nice white sand beach.Watson 4000.Will take$3,000 or best of Mod-Surg., :
Realty 473-414, "1.500 ltchgl/18 fer. Call 475-3213. 2tpd/1.11-18 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home Therapy experience necessary. Must iWUitiNfcnA fuK

PERSONALIINGOI.Sundayalt.rnoonl BRING ALL THE PAMILY-Large 4 bedroom ELECTRIC RANOE-Refrigerator. Both In lots for rent, water and sower fur- have strong leadership skills, able to ALMOST BRAND NEW "' ,I H
home with a large living room with a good condition. Small chest freezer, nished, cable tv available 782-3333 work without direct supervision Career .
from 2 to 5 fieldstone fireplace'end a formal dining headboard for queen-elia bed. Wood TFN 13 advancement. Call Beverly 964, Garage. Energy, ) Eflu-
and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. ) room. This brick home has nrec11y table with 4 choirs. 4739483. HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for 0772 or 1-800-448-7753 Upjohn nance, quality hull' i
AMERICAN LEGION. Highway 21N. reduced to $77,900. Watson ltehg/1-18 rent. Close to prison. Call 468.1323, Healthcare Services 15 Only $$42.24/ i i' on,
4tchg/l-l 1-2-1 Realty 473-4(16. ltchgl/18 SEARS 12 H.P.-OHV/tlx TFN 13 DRIVERS $275-$650 WEEKLY Local or der$1500 down POt '., nt II
SEWING MACHINI-Not Working? Don't GENEVA STRINGS CONDO-last one by tpeed/36"cut/wlth bagger and trailer. ify. By Owrmr 1011- tJ '.'.
STATE EMPLOYEES needahomeclose OTR Train local. 355-5500,CONSTRUCTION
panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. Work builder. Bud Emery. 2BR/2BA LR, DR Value: $1750.00 will sell for $1000. 964-8073TFN 16
kitchen Firm. 475-1279. 1 tpd/1-18 to your work? We have clean mobile $6-1 5hrly/sub Inside/
guaranteed. Died machines $50 and ; utility roam garage. NEAT 3 BR 2 BA NEW: ,
up.4tchat1MHOUSEKEEPINORellable. 473-2032.- a.m. to 11:30 p.m..tchg.I.12.1 homes available. call 463 1323. TFN Outside Comm/Ros All Phases, Will HOME:Good noijjhb'U'.
13WALDO train 355.5500 15
References. .
33000. Owner (111'
473-4580. 2tpd/1-l 1-18 sassQUALITY : you your down. 954-531 e
HOUSE CLEANINO-One w..k, one 'ANIMALS '" Townhouses, starting at $210/Mo. options? If you haven't considered

month or |just once to help you catchup. Equal Housing Opportunity For more J,B. Hunt then you don't know how '""
4734055. 4tchg-1-l 1-2-1 AKC RIO. DALMATtONS-Four month. I Information, call 468-1971 rewarding a truck driving career can .:1" :, ,.
YARD WORK-llght hauling, odd lobs. Old-2 liver GIld 'white, 1 block and PAINTING 13 be Join the acclaimod driving school o I' .Il.,.

GENERAL 473-4055. 4tchg-1-11-2-l white. 473-9483. ltchg/1-18 3 BR 2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand and you may be eligible for a career WOLFF TANNING f\-. .
Dependable. Excellent references. Call new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500/Mo that promises good pay, stability and Home Units fro:. ".
Mary for free estimate. 4734316. FOR RENT Ask about'rgase-purcha se option.964- more. Bowling Green State Transportation lotions accesscmontslowas$18U

2tpd-1-18-25 PRESSURE WASHING 8073.TFN 13 Center in Bowling Green, Ken- .. t. '
MOBILE furnished 2 3
ELDERLY CARE-Experlenced In caring for bedrooms$135-$150: month. or SR 1 BR APARTMENT: Just remodeled, tucky can give you the professional color catalog 1-800 > a-b I ,

sick and elderly. Excellent references. 100, across from lake per Geneva. Call I Handy Man central hnat and air.Walled patio with training you need. Financial assistance 20
Call Mary at 473.4316 after 3 p.m. 473-7566 or. 4737810. I 'Horn Improvement* storage. ea. OH-street parking 964- is available. Call J.B Hunt at 1- 4 FAMILY APT IIO ,

2tpd/l-18-25 4mos.pd/10-J4/4/5/90 i Wayne Jones I 468-1149 8601. tfn 13 8006433331. EOE Subject drug Good rental into i 1.. : .
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CERAMICS-Open Tuesday-Friday COTTAGE ON LAKI-Furnished close In, 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: CH/A Unfurnished screen. 15 account 01 i r.Gdh..
block 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Hwy. 21 North, 1 1BR All electric. $200. per month. I... 14 Years Experience .- 782-3344 or 782-3942. SALES: All leads furnished FREE. No Mortgage. 964-!"..

selected East on Items.Ootllne 4733964.Road. 20 ltpd/1-18 percentoff 473-4526 2tpdl/18-23 B... FREE Estimates .... 13 e per, nee. Family Life Insurance Co., CEDAR !LOG Its .,

4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT for subsidiary of Moirill Lynch & Co., WANTED: 2 _.," '
rent 237 S. Thompson Street. 964- Inc needs salespeople who are inter- ato a 6-digit ir.com :... ...

6234.13 ested in earning$2000/month or more. able. Cedardalu Hoi II'i

I [ Union Area Ads] 2 BR UNFURNISHED home, $245/Mo, Wo provide mfg protection to the Greensboro: L'"<)
County $125 Deposit. Call 964-8602 after 6 customers of financial institutions 919-854-1752 20"CAPTAiN

p.m. 6 Mos. min rental. 13 Renewals, bonuses, training and r isr.Ytr..
4 BR. 2 BA UNFURNISHED HOME IN mgmt opptys Call Jo0 Miller 1-800-

RAIFORD. 275Mo., 6 mos. min. 426-0300.0XI 8501 15 ; ,I. .
FOR SALE HELP WAND! WANTED rental w/$150 deposit. Call 964-8602 DEPENDABLE MATURE r ::HSON with

after 6 p.m. 6 Mos. min. rental. knowledge of palr.t halpful but not Captain D's. .

FEMALE LACK TOY POODLE papered. TEACHER AIDS working at Industrial ,ATTENTION HIRING Gov.rnm.nl |lob.- 2 BR HOME IN LAKE BUTLER: $175/ necessary. Contact Hodges Paint ofShoney's: Yr c.. -
$100. call 49610682tpd.111, 1/18. Complex at Ralford. Entry level salary. your area. $17B40-S69,485. Call Mo., with $100 Deposit. 6 Mos. min. 964-8181. 15
PIANO FOR SALE Retponsblle party to Need high school diploma, basic 16028388885. Ext. R9127.3tpd.1.8,2.. rental. Call 964-8602 after 6 p,m. 6 THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting looking for clliiiri:4; ".

assume small monthly payments on clerical skills and relates. well to. exceptlonal I WILL PAY CASH for your used 14' 'vwld. Mos. min. rental! 13 applications for the position of Meter supervisors vd\. "
Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. students. Submit application trailer. Mutt have plywood floor. SMALL CLEAN 2 BR HOUSE on large Repair with the Meter Department. \ > .
Credit D.pt. 19042548481.( ) 1/11 to. Billy R,Folster Union County School Powells. 496-3377.TFN. shady lot near Kingsley Lake and Must have a valid Florida Chauffeurs Interested In i. .- .\ .
Stchg. 125HIDE.A.IED Board, 55 SW 6th street lake Butler by shed. License, graduafon from high school!
Camp Blanding. Storage $3007
SOFA.Rainbow stripe color. and. willing to w', : .
Friday January lth at 4:00 are
preferred. Apply at the Starke :
Queen .1..: tdil'496.2659. llpd. 1/18. HOMES Mo. Call 533-2755. 13 City
WURUI-ZERbtMANOMInt, .c nd. $800., ,' p.m.2tch..1/11.1/111. ':I''! FOR SALE' -"" "' Jo, 2 APARTMENTS: One upstairs, $200;., HalLPersonnel/ OfQbe.Applications.: har.iJ-.NO.f.P.1..z.( ...;.. 'j"-
Regina l>arrlsh4963465.1tchrg.118.MITSUBISHI "rVATlc1P4 bEliL tREtEDEga:oo"sep'Watkins One downstairs, $225. 964-4990. for this' posllten'will close, at 5 p.m. necessary.v '

CLOU CONSOLI TV 25 In. product*. Earn 25-60%profit 2 & 3 BR MOBILE HOME for rent. 964- Friday, Jan. 26 1990. 15 ,
with remote control. $200 call CaN (904)) 782-3068 after 5 p.m IftO 14x70 3 bed, 2 bath free deliveryand 8614. 13 FINISH CARPENTER: Part time references train the 1ighl.! ;:>: ..
4963004. Days. 4962717. Nights. IS set-up $650 down payment. $183 no phone calls, Doublewide
Utilities !
ltchrg.1/18. per month. We finance. Call 7555115. c": '.
WASHER. DRYER STOVI, VICTIM WITNESS COUNSELOR II Clrcl. 8 Homos. Lake City, Fl.4tcg. 1/25 Included. 964-5970. 13 Home Center 301 North Lawtey. '
REFRIGERATOR, AND MICROWAVE. needed for State Attorney Office In I FREE FREI FREE credit check and pre- TWOFURNISHEDAPARTMENTS.$175Mo. : / TRAILRESTAURANTIN LAWTEY Is now apply only. ? I

Also appliance repairs call Lake Butler. Salary $1.488.03 mini- approval on mobile home loans Call No Pets. 964-2796. 13 taking applications for waitresses or Include:
496.2090.2tchrg.1/18.1125. mum monthly Grant funded position.4y.ar000egedegreewith Kent at 751-5114. Circle B Homes, lake I FIVE ACRES 1 BR HOUSE $260/Mo. waiters, and evening cooks. Exp.

POODLE AKC red male, t4 yrs. old. $75. major work City FI.4tchrg.l25.LOWEST S200 deposit. 782-3627. 13 preferred but not necessary. Apply Major MedU-a')' '
496-2466.1Ichrg.1/18. In social\ science criminal Justice 9r I DOWN PAYMENT In Florida all I EFFICIENCY ROOMS on US 301 Southof between hours of 2-5 p,m. 15
USED ELECTRIC WATER HEATER 30 gallon new homes S percent down. 14 wide Vacation Aftr I .
equivalent training/experience.Application '-
Starke.Clean heat & Air. No ,.
,quiet .
240 volt60. call after 5 p.m. 4961159. start at $500 down. doublewldes al
ltpd.1/18. available at: Stale Attorney'sOffice $800 down. Call 7555115. Circle B pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. 1:1: NETTLES TREE Life Dental & n-.' .
112 S.E. 2nd Avenue,
USED 12 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR In good Homes. 4tchrg. 1/25 NEED A GOOD HOME? ECONOMICALAND Insurance
condition. $50-S60. lake Butler Apts.4963141.ltchrg.118. Gainesville FL 32602. Deadline: I BANK REPOS 1985' and up Doublewldei CLEANHave two 3 BR homes SERVICE
,,January 24, 1 990.An Equal Opportu $1000 down payment. Singlewidet for rent now. Stove and Credit Unit .n r re
oval'/ Pruning :
nity/Affirmative Action. Employer. $500 down payment Everyone can ,
PLANTS FOR SALE 15. buy. bod credit or no credit Call furnished. Call 964-4592 after 5:30: E-RCi( ) De-mossing, Stock Purch.ve ;
755.5114 Circle B Hornet, Lake City Ft. pm. 13
,CARS AND TRUCKS :2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. No chil Firewood Apply In pcrg .
FRUIT PLANTS FOR SALE at Martin's Fruit BEAUTIFUL 3BR.2BATH.1987 CHAM- dren. 782-3344 782-3942. :
or In Removal oln
spi 11 ili/lnn 1
Farm Fort White. BAREROOT apple, PION mobile 13 Captain
peach, nectarine, plum fig and pear. 189 BUICK LeSebre Collectors edition. home,14x70carpetedgardenWbbreakfast I .macrons, Trees
3 B2, 2 BA NEAR SOUTHSIDE ELE.M; .j i fEE Estimates
$3.50. CONTAINER GROWN peach mint condition. $5000.( Regina Parrish. bar.utility room.wired for
$375/Mo.. $100 dep., first and last ., fused & InsuredCall in StarK]
nectarine, plum, fig, and pear $6. 496-3463 central air.Must snll.movingl No eq- i
Japan. persimmons $12.: Gropes ItBO DODGE ASPEN 4-door uity-take over payments. Serious rent. 1020 Eastwood. Call 9645423or Thomas D. Nettles 804 S. Wall t m
$3.50 Blueberries $3. Open Mon.-Sat. 8 .PS.PB.AC.AT. clean good transportation 468-2870. 13 49G- 1326 Lake Butler
a.m. til 6 p.m. Closed Sunday. $895. call 4962940., Inquires cnlylCall 9643939keeptrying. 1 BR AHT: Just remodeled central heat 4',

4972621. I.t ring. 1/4 4tchg. 1/25 .4 and air, walled patio, outside storage : t

area. Call 964-8601.TFN 13


after school care. Hot meals and PERSON... T.H.E. APARTMENTS 7. .:. .,
snacks. Call 4961068. 2tpd.l/1l,1/18.1 r 922 E. Brownlee St. I

NETTLES TREE SERVICE:All types tree YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A SUBSIDIZED LOAN FOR A Camp Blanding Rd. CR 229 I N.W. 28th St. Starke 9t i :

work. 496-12326. tfn 17 NEW HOME WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT. ONLY Starke Fl.32091: I '1:1': :.: i



LEVEL??laRue Leveling Service for DO NOT LET THIS OFFER PASS BY... X NEW HOME 2 & :3 lilt), family o'rjcllted. with II !

all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 AND LOT-ON PAVED STREET CITY SEWER AND laundry&; large playground. "m''' '\,. : ;;
FOR RENT WATER FOR AS LITTLE AS $150.00 PER MONTH... 'Free electricity first month. t", <:'I IrNcmnLARlAudio ,
r I .
-- > 'Rent 30%of your monthly i. I ;
.. .
OFFICI SPACE 150 W. Main Street CALL'US.... WE'LL SEE IF WE CAN HELP YOU TO Income If you qualify. i'':.;'i,, 'J .

$100.00 month. Call 4962261. gUALTTY. 964-5857 OR 964-6853 'If you earn $3.35 pct hr, 40. -"..., .
2 BED, MOBILE HOME unfurnished central hrs. a week & have 3! == -' V ..; r;
heat and air, 1t1..t..w .
dependants,your rent would be
neighborhood. $180 p.r month plus -. ::: '
LONGCHAMP HOMES INC.IheatpuinD sw about$112 a month br$3.73
$125 tec. d.p. Call nights and .
weekends. 496.3452.2tpd.1/iBl/25.1 1{) per day for days left In month. Pump Sales & Service On Ally
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT2 bedroom, for move-In aficr the first .
$150 and up. Sid's Mobil. Home Park. I 'Qualified Singles Accepted.

Come by or call us. 496-3719. Itpd. : r De /' 'Move-In cost$10.00 can be as low as Well Drilling I

YARD SALE Trane Low Income Residential &
fir @ Sec 8 Housing Irrigation

THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday Rents for 3096Equal Uc

Jan. 20, 8' a.m.-tll. Located at Allen' aipnewiflMcomfortale / armnYF/m. M of Your Income 964-?OG 1 804 N. Temple Ave t ite 15
residence, behind lake Butler FarmBureau ., J }! Housing /fYou Qualify Eves a Weekends: f>M ,
Items, maternity
building. Baby
I / LYs; .,. t:
children's and adult clothing. 71J

4963417.LAND FOR SALE -/ 's W1vith. !: ] Vox Phone 11

\ wlthAnnn.LOQ ss
I ACRE OF LAND well and pump:septic / ,: Installed
tank 200 amp service, 16 X 16 Barn, Mount ..
', ready to move on. $7000. 4962605. $o-7C '
Buy tIoo1\ww XL L'Y.1Y DiMN pYa Of OREBATE
MISCELLANEOUSFOUNDPONY M" is baud b pmvd.a......-... 964-4238 Choice Installed or _
hfi. tl CllDlbt.lIocUttheXL reed O-VILLE 372-88O8 transportable model phone .
,;vy fcnl unp b ktrkcd by n ocluave itmufKbnrtlO $ .
call and Idenify. call I _feinted w.rtrxymbaththe
96.1 068.1Ipd.1/1'. 7.i1F'I- ....perU.And 123
fir im'Kpv"srdr3omcyIx9py: raduv ymr i & I
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NOTICEMISSI todooy for' ... FINAL COSTwClLtCEL ; ,
JC1.1200....dibi1ib olIeAIYIP', -

G WALKER DOG.IF YOU ARE I Activation Financing H. E :

YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED AIr'Conditioning Contractors AI ''THORIZEDAudio vox Pmts. from "* I
SEVERELY.ltchrg.l/18. .
4, AGENr Radiant $25 per mo. '+
"is MONDAY, 5 CAC027WM s
Classified P.M., prior deadline to Thursday publication. MnouuU0.S*>Vla
Minimum charge 15 words far$3.50. '. JtfcM. Scott Lazenby car phones! : :,
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. ,.. ,(
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Starke Area Ads ] Legion Auxiliary Unit

Hosts Dept. PresidentThe

} American Legion AuxiliaryUnit
MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICES i No. 56. Starke, was host for a
meeting( of the Fourth District
TO REACH READERS ALL OVER Australian. European Scandinavian, 6 at the Post Home on Edwards
FLORIDA? Wilh tho Florida Classi- Japanese High School exchange rR Road.
tied Ad Network wo .an deliver your students arriving In August Become
Unit 56 President
message to over 1,000,000 people a Host Family/American Intercultural Margaret
lor $125 (less than $0002/personO( Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- McKinney presided at the meeting,
which included
a covered dish din-
this classified department
newspaper's LING. 17
ner, with Legionnaires of
Post 56 as
to place your ad today'PERSONAI TENDER LOVING CARE. WE NOW guests.
Special guests were Department
BUSINESS! WANT TO STOP? CENTER PRICE INC.2 MEALSAND Myers, and Fourth District President
2 SNACKS EACH DAY. CALL US Helen Deetheart.
THAT OURSI Alcoholics
964 3619, 964-4150. 964-8614
mous -
LORETTA, 468-1079 OR MAR-
Nine units in the northern area of
ITERATIONS' zippers, horns button- QUITA. -168-1335. 17 Legion Auxiliary Top Brass... District Four participated. An open-
holes patches.otc. Drop off and pick LONELY? Try telephone romance the ing prayer was offered by Leona
up V days a week,7am-8pm.964- Meet Unit 56 President Margaret McKinney (right ix Deetheart. i President of
Christian wayl people 24 hrs. a Royal, Unit 314,Starke.
.Unit 58, Starke hnxt to of Presidentsof
5537 Pinehurst Variety across from seated with Department President Kitty McDowell was a meeting
All "It's Call 1-
Southside Elom Hwy 100TFN day ages. so easy. (Center) and Kouith District President Helen Units in the Fourth District Saturday January II,at
900-346-MEET, only $1.95 first min- the Legion Pout Home on Edwards: Hoatl.
ute/.99 thereafter 17
and modols cleaned oiled and adjusted years experience. 964-3673 .
1 & 2 Bedroom
( $15. New and used sewing QUILTING: CLASS: In my home. Call Apartments A/:
machines Hwy\ 233 & 16 (Morgan Sharon Petiprin, 7823570.
Road)964-3733 TFN 17 H
WASHING Houses sidewalks 17 Available $260 !
PRESSURE : BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infant to starting at mo.
driveways. Roof Repairs. Call school age 6 am 6 pm Mon.-Sat. Female. lions do over,90 percent of the hunting for the pride.
964 63 Debbie 964-6341. tin 17 I
CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed Free estimates Unit Available
HANDYMAN FENCE CO., CONCRETE WORK DONE:Patios,drive Handicap Senior Registered Nurse
ways porches. Good prices. 964-
owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
2746 17 Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure i
as a
r : professional registered nurse one year experience.
rind self-esteem sink this year. Call --' Opportunity j,
rates.Quality work 964-9701 W NIw N i,
964 8594. TFN 17
WELL DRILLING. PUMPS & SERVICE: between 6-8 p.m. 17 Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary
Durrance Pump & Supply\ Co Water SU-EL'S RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: negotiable, up to $28OOO annually. (Benefit package
systems specialists. 864 N. Temple Featuring a retirement community and Now Accepting Applicationsfor worth over $8,000)). I
Avo US 301. Starke. 32091 TFN home. Licensed supervision 24hoursa
17BECOME day Certified nursing asst.first aid New Clinic r
CPR trained staff We are a retiromontcommunity .
A PARALEGAL: Nationally One & Two Bedroom Apartments
accredited attorney\ Instructed home -nota nursing home. Successful candidate will be eligible for all Florida I
Not affiliated with
study established 1976 financial aid, any religious or- career service benefits Including State Contributions to '
free catalog 1-800-669-2555, South- ganizations.17 CallSuetoday,468-2619. Southern Villas of Starke health Insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days.

ern Career Institute Drawer 2158 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensationplan
BULLDOZER BACKHOE & TRACTOR 1001 Southern Villas Dr., Starke. FL
Boca Raton. FL 33427. 17 .
CEU s and In-service training.
WORK: Call 782-3267 17 I
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Natural Wooded Setting I

fiB'T1 ? : ':FOR SALE Apartment featuresWall Interested persons should contact: :

.- R. Nate Holton Personnel ManagerNew
afe Fill Dili Soil '
.. Top 1- U to Wall Carpeting Stove River Correctional InstituteP.

Draperies Refrigerator Box 333
'I O. ,
Large or Small Loads of Limerock ] Ralford. FL 32083

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer )) On-Site Laundry Facilities or Phone F.O"/
\. ((904)) 964-4000 .
964-6182 964-5823 964-609S; "- Equal Opportunity I touxlng 964-7295 shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans



Deerfoot Village 964-6946 'II ,I'

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8:1: ZOOM LENS Reg. $1049 MODEL 46GW750 $300.00 Value.

MODEL CG-9908 36-button TVNCR remote control II
ceo solid state image sensor All-electronic control system with on-screen prompts and
8:1: power zoom lens with auto focus displays for easy operation
Electronic viewfinder with playback capability S-watt MTS stereo sound with Second Audio Program (SAP)
High-speed shutter 5-Jack monitor panel JU'MS"'O.,WESTERN, GUITAR
On-screen date display Built-in clock with sleep timer .
Built-in microphone Comb filter ,
Time lapse recording Parental Control .$
Hard Shell Case 375 foot lamberts peak brightness 19995
$9 9 9 Oak Vinyl finish j


,.. REPO '
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z' II: ( TVs:1& G.E Mini; Dual Stereo Cassets: :< 3450 G.E. AM/FM <

Hi Speed DubbingjAM/FM! Radio CassetteMonauralRecorder

3-5244, Records off radio,AC-DC
VCRs $6995
$33 95
STEREO COLOR TV .. 26"dllUon"
MODEL20GT800 Reg. 449 REMOTE CONTROL COLOR TV.8.buttondlgiUllrltmOlecontroi ON WEEKEND MOVIE

MODEL 26GC46Q ,Reg. 599 _ _
All-electronic control system with onscreen prompts 25-button digital remote control sr
and displays .All-electronic control,system with on-screen prompts
MTS broadcast stereo sound and displays FOR
Auto Start Auto Programming Built-in clock with sleep timer
Cable-compatible quartz tuning On-screen time and channel display
Square-corner High Contrast picture tube Cable- omp8tlble quartz tuning .
Automatic contrast/color tracking Square-corner High Contrast picture tube. & -
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$3 $ .
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January 18, IBM TELEGRAPH flip', 1 II 1 \

Dixieland Jazz Artist Gibson Gave Audience an Electrifying EveningBy


and cuddly imitations of Betty loop she becomes those people and brings Here were the cor. hnll ghosts of Scott Joplin 1 Kii 1 rOliver..
An electrifying splash of strictly American sight and sound bounded them back to a younger generation who never heard them before. From "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, W.C. Handy Duke Ellington, and Louis ,\< id ong
across the Bradford High School auditorium stage Friday night, when Banu there she leaps to the magic of George Gershwin,who blended jazz and symphony whom I was privileged to interview twice.
Gibson and her New Orleans Hot Jazz Orchestra brought a bright bit of Into a unique new American form. It was he who gave us last year's Supporting in very Important ways this Bradford Arts Council, i 11'1':-"l1tu
Americana into vibrant reality. Arts Council memorable presentation of "Porgy and Bess". tion were: Bradford Hospital,with C.E. "Kip"Osteen; Santa Fo i <", inunilv'
The night was cold, but an attentive audience filled the auditorium almost In keeping with the classical style of Bessie Smith, Banu's Instrumental College,with Dr. Bernard McFadden and Lila Yawn; Bradford I II.t I i tit'hoo1.
to capacity and were warmed by the hot bright music, and a Jazz style witha musicians imitated and amplified the bluesy wails, growls, and sobs of their with Charles Francis,Jerry Petrella, Don Hardy,"Buddy Ball, i loiin' and
historic musical message. soprano headliner. Ghosts of great musical giants must have been dancingon Barbara Reddish, as well as School Superintendent Jim J l"ii ,'/,n.Ind
Gibson's life reads like a microcosm of jazz history itself dancehall, the stage with the sensitive nuances of cornetist Charlie Fardella; the librarian Olivia Scott; Mitchell's Drug Store, with Carolyn Autrv :.ml. / Hrud-
cabaret, Disneyland Bourbon Street, and other Dixieland riverboat and Jazz haunting clarinet and sassy sax of Tom Fischer; the entrancing tones of ford County Telegraph, with Gene Matthews and Bob Fergusoi
band delights creating in her and her band a three-dimensional feeling for Dave Sager's trombone; the virtuoso fingering of pianist Dave Boed- Overall sponsors in Northeast Florida were the Florida Arts I < 'l.d.r. it ion,
the music and its history. dinghaus; and the rhythmic beating of James Singleton s talented bass all the Florida Arts Council, the Division of Cultural Affairs, and numerousarea

Whether Banu is belting! out ..M ..tnrl 1n. '.. Q_..(<> swab; *->u-ula or ,."!p with an underlay of Bernard Johnson's drums,which sometimes took off into corporate sponsors.
flights of fancy! with a riff solo. Banu..we loved you. Come aealnl

Wrestlers Win a PairBy --

Joe GlssyCT other wrestlers were moved up

Staff Writer above their class for this match and es,
Wrestling Coach Brett Purdy is did well. n, 1 + w-.e aea: t:, ,. ,
not satisfied with the performance of "It was good to beat Macclenny .

his matmen even though they won twice Purdy said. Eddie Seigmund .
two matches this week. had the fastest pin in 22 seconds, 44 -
"They are not as sharp as I'd like two classes up from his 135 slot.

to see them," he said, explainingthat Phillip Crawford was ahead of his V' 1 l IeiE'&fiS
some lingering lethargy re- opponent 14-5, headed for a major 1 /
mains from the long holiday. decision when the referee called a

questionable pin against him about t ,
Bradford Vs. Vanguard... midway in the third period.
Ocala Vanguard visited the Tor-

nado gym Thursday, Jan. 11, and
Bradford 41 26
Mecclonny ,
was an easy win for the Reds who
I0 WiUron .root d.sl. +
-toady by lon MiIII
gained seven pins and won nine mat- -JOMO rtotkoi 1 loot by ota/ .,02
ches, tied one and traded two forfeitsfor 1.0-CrodrWdtoo. )by rortorlIU
one.Bradford. -Joromy Cnwrord .loot Met). ,....*.!.
ISe--jool JiLitiiii won mo|.docrilon IUl
IAndf-woo by I.Mo Jt
53 Vanguard 24 _Mn WMMM won by oocltloo 10140ld 4
IOJ-Honey Woldroii won by pin iM Wpnnd woo by ota, ..11HI : TV4
111-Joih Crowtoro1 wen hf nil, 111! -(rod Monition won owls| ooelilon. !!.' '
I to-'..dtod Ion oy Snot... lSO-R., TfllpUo won by ,.....,21 : :
IM-Joromr Crawford Hod "a l l-looMn SlUrsorl woo by pta IiM
ISO: -tool Jocobion won oy oln, Jill lit-r-hllUo. Oowtord .loot by,...oiM
IM-John O. Wllllorm won by olri, I," SM-Ooublofcrfolt
.oo-Id ".._.d won by docltlon' 140141I.d _-.._IMI.r wet by 1oofoH. r s : 41
Homllton, _h.le. oln, HOIM :
-Kovln, Snow Isis by doclitan. 11.0 ,
140-Roy Trimble won by .I.. :19: Upcoming... ',
I/I-loolon...._ Ion by pin, Illl The next( opponent is at Lake Weir
lit-Phillip Crawford... by pin, ItM
High today (Thursday, Jan. 18) at
Uo-'rodlor4lo" by 10ot.lt
Hwt-kh..won by 10,4.11. Lake Weir. Lake Weir won the
district championship last year and 1 q qV :
Bradford Vs. MacclennyThe were state champions before that. :
Tornadoes rolled over the "We've got to wrestle better than V V
Macclenny matmen for the second we have the last two weeks," Purdy y
time this season by a score of 41-28 in says. "They won't be any weaker t4V

the Wildcats home gym. than last year, they only lost three to S
At the 112 pound class, with Josh graduation. They will be strong as
Crawford out, 103 pounder Jason ever." .

Hughes was brought up from the JV The Tornado squad has been work- ,,
squad. Hughes lasted over three ing hard to get back to its peak for
minutes at that level, and drew this match and has hopes of makinga
praise from Coach Purdy. Severn good showing at Lake Weir.

That 50's Look...

Student* In Mm Lisa Reddish'claw at Soulhslde Elementary were busy but

week gelling ready for their tcbool'. SO'th Anniversary but took time from

their busy schedule to pote for a Telegraph photographer dressed their

1950: attire.
From left to right In front NaUnha Tyson KrUttn Crows, Carrie Weeteott

and Erica Mains.In .r v .
the middle Und ey Thornton, Krbta Fuqu Lane Tougaw,Leigh John,

Patrbha Klmbrell Mona Hafl and Laura Dab....
In the rears Cory Vandlver Charlet Rboden and Jeremy Stephen. Photo hv Marie Friodlln

ference on this lob at the Lake City cashier's check trust company Florida Statute ((1987)), the bond must be more or less.
treasurer's check, bank draft of national posted at the time of the formal
District Office Conference Room 1901 S. any filing Parcel II: A tract of land situated i
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bradford and Clay Counties, State Project Marlon St.. Lake City Florida at 10:00 or Mate bank or a Surety Bid Bond written protect In accordance with Sec Government Lot 1 of Section 2t
OFFICE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Job Numbers 28030.3501 and o.m. (local tlm.) on January 18. 1990. All made payable to the Governor of the tion 120.53(5)( ), Florida Statute, failure Township 8 S. Range 22 E. Bradford
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 7r050351T_ V.ork c'1l1lilt( f dd.wul.I J>idd.rs Jni r.sted Jn,Jhl .lob should' at__:StflUr of Florida jawM: ocGgmgony.sat _laJU aprotest within tbe-ilme prescribed -CountY7-Florida; said tract being mo -
.o. "layer of friction course overt d existing Jfend due to the Information that will bediscussed. bid In excess of 150000. A check or In 5actIOl'll2O.53(5)( ), Florida Statutes, particularly described as follows:
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE pavement SR 16. (WPUt 2111777 and draft In an amount less than f Iv.percent shall constitute a waiver of proceeding Commence at a concrete monum
PROGRAMS 2112363)) (Approx. 30 calendar days). o o Duval County, State Project Job ((5%) of the actual bid will Invalidate the under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes. the SW coiner of i"IH.NW'/4 ,
bid. Bid Bonds shall conform DOT STATE OF FLORIDA
E. along laid
NOTE There will be
: a pre-bld conference Number 722509516. Work consists of
S.al.d bid will be r.c.lv.d In the on this lob at the lake City resurfacing the existing roadway with a Form 114-G (Rev. October 1984))furnished DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONW.W. NW 1/4 a distant t to a
Largo Conference Room at the Department District Office Confeience Room 1901 N. thin asphaltic concrete overlay, providing with the Proposal Forms. For bids MILLER JR. concrete monumi ?,. ,r,.. alt ROW
of Transportation District Office Marlon St.. Lake City Florida at 1:00: sign and placement of temporary under $150,000, proof of ability to acquire District Secretary District Two line of a County Graded Road; thence
located at 1901 South Marlon Street p.m. (local time)on January 12, 1990. All painted pavement markings, and a performance and payment bond 11 I 1 2tchg 1/18 run N 0003'24" E, along said East ROW
lake City, Florida until 10:30 a.m. (loke bidders Interested In this lob should attend removal of existing raised pavement in any amount equal to the contract bid line, 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument -
City Local Time) on January 22. 1990 for due to the Information. that will be markers. (WPIf 2610507 (Approx. 60 price Is to be provided to the District IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ; thence run N 00*31'23" E. along
the following work. If the bid amount It discussed, calendar days NOTE: There will be a Contracts Administrator with the bid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR said East ROW line, 444.87 feet to a concrete -
greater than $250,000 the Contractor Cloy County, State Project Job prs-bid conference on this, lob of the proposal. As such proof all bids must be BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA monument at the NW corner of Lot
must be pr.-qualifi.d a* required by Number 711109503. Work consists of Loke City District Offfco' Conference accompanied by a notarized letter from CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-229-CA 1 of "GENEVA WOODS", unrecordedmap

Florida Statute 337.14(1)( ) and Rule resurfacing existing roadway with a Room, 1901 S. Marlon' SI. Lake City a bonding company, bank or other f inoriclal FNB PROPERTIES INC., ; thence run S 8926'12" E, along the
Chapter 1422. thin asphaltlc concrete overlay, Florida 10.00 local lime Institution stating that they Int.nd to o Florida corporation
providing ol a.m. ( ) on North line of sold Lot 1. and lot 31 of
NOTE sign and plac.m.nt of temporary January 18. 1990 All bidder 'InterestedIn Issue a bond in the amount of the bid Plaintiff, said unrecorded map 1143.86 feet to an
Proposal Form will not be Issued painted pavement markings and this /fob should/ attend due to the Information should the firm be awarded the project. vs Iron pipe; thence run M 0031'23" E.
after 10:30 a.m. (Lake City Local Time) removal of existing raised pavement that will b. dlscusied A bid guarantee as specified above may JACK COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES 396.91 feet to an Iron pipe ot the NW corner
on January 19, 1990. Bidders or. hereby marker (WPt 2610253)) (Approx. 30 Madison County State Pro/ect/ Job substitute as proof of ability obtain a INC. of lands recorded In Official Records
notified that all bids on any of the calendar fays). NOTE: There will b. a Number 35010-9526. Work consists' of performance and payment bond. Contractors a Florida corporation: JACK M. Book 209, Page 424 of the Public Recordsof
following projects/ are likely to be rejected pre-bld conference en this lob at the resurfacing the existing roadway with a pre-qualified under Deportment COURTNAY Individually: ond The said thence S 89'26'13"
If the lowest responsive bid Lake City District Office Conference thin asphaltlc/ concrete overlay' provIding Rule 14-22 need not provide proof of Unknown Heir, Devisees, Grantees, along the County North; line of said run lands, 134.25 E.
received exceeds the engineer's Room 1901 S. Marion St., Lake City, signs and placement of temporary ability to acquire o performance and Assignees, Honors, Creditors, feet to the POB thence continue S
estimate by more than seven percent Florida at 10:00: a.m.' (local time) on painted/ pavement markings, and payment bond at the time of submittinga Trustees or Other Claimants 8926'12" ; said
((7%). In the event any of the bids are rejected January IS, 1990. All bidders Interested removal of existing, raised pavement bid. claiming by through under or 1058.29 feet E along North line
to an iron pipe on the W'ly
for this reason the project maybe Wage Rates:: Pursuant to the Fair against JACK M. COURTNAY,
In this lob should attend due to the Information markers. (2610762)Approx.)( 30
ROW line of SR No. 21, thence
deferred for re-advertising for bids that will be discussed. calendar days). NOTE: There will b. a Labor Stundords Act the Minimum Wage who Is not known to be dead or alive, sold ROW line with run NE'lvalong
until such time that a more competitive Cloy County State Project Job pre-bld conference on this lob at the Rates for the projects( ) Included In this Defendant a curve con
said radius of
cave Ely curve having
situation ..I.t.. Number 71110-95O2. Work consists of Lake City District Office Conference Notice shall be $3.35 per hour. NOTICE OF SALE a
1143. 6 feet and of
All lobs are contingent upon the resurfacing the existing roadway with a Room. 1901 S. Marion St., Lake City The State of Florida Department of Notice I* hereby given that pursuantto feet an arc length 752.89
to an Iron plp.locat.d S 62"07'42" E.
availability of funds. thin asphaltlc concrete overlay, pro- Florida at 10:00 a.m. (local time) on Transportation. In accordance with the an order or a final /judgement of
Pursuant to DOT Rule 14-25.024(1)( ) any viding sign and placement of temporary January 18, 1990. All bidder interestedIn provisions of Title VI of the Civil Right foreclosure entered In the above- of 142.59 Block feet 17 of from"KEYSTONE the SW corner CLUB ESTATES of Lot 7

person adversely affected by a bid painted pavement markings, and this lob should attend due to the Infor- Act of 1964 ((78 Slot. 252)) and the regulation captioned action I will ..lIlh. property UNIT ONE", thereof recordedIn
as plat
solicitation must file a notice of protest removal of existing raised pavement mation that will be discussed. of the Department of Commerce situated In Bradford County. Florida per
PB 3 on Page 10 of the Public Recordsof
In writing prior to the date In which bids marker (WPU> 2610252)) (Approx. 30 St. Johns County, Stale Project/ Job ((15 C.F.R., Part 8)) Issued pursuant to described as: sold County: thence run N 6207'42'
are to b. received and shall file a formal calendar days). NOTE: There will be a Number 780603502. Work consists of such Act hereby notifies all bidder that Parcel I: A tract of land situated In the W, 142.59 feet to said SW corner, thencerun
written protest within ten days after filing pre-bld conference on this lob at the adding a layer of friction course over existing It will affirmatively Insure that in any NW 1/4 of Section 25 Township 8 S, N 89"16'29" W, along the North line
the notice of protest. The protest Lake City District Office Conference roadway pavement on SR 16. contract entered Into pursuant to this Range 22 E, Bradford County Florida, of sold Sectlon25 a distance of 1440.85
must be filed with the CI.rk of Agency Room HOI( S. Marlon St.. Lake City (WPlif 2116978)) (Approx, 35 calendar advertisement. Disadvantaged Business old tract being more particularly feet to the NW corner of said Government
Proceedings, Mall Station 58, Room 562, days). NOTE: There will be pro-bid Enterprises will be afforded full
Florida at 10:00 a.m. (local time) on opportunity described a* follow:: Lot li: thence run S 0005'04" W,
Haydon Burns Building 605 SuwanneeStreet. January 19 1990. All bidders InterestedIn conference on this lob at the lake City to submit bids In response to this Commence at a concrete monument at along the West line of said GovernmentLot
Tallahassee, Florida 323990458. this job should attend due to the Information District Office Conference Room. 1901 S. Invitation and will not be discriminated me SW comer of laid NW 1/4 and run S 610.01 feet to the POB.
A failure to file a timely protest constitutes that will be discussed. Marion St., Lak. City Florida at 1:00 against on the grounds of race, color or 89*26'12' E, along the South line of laid Less and that describedIn
a waiver of Chapter 120 pro- Columbia Couniys State Project/ Job p.m. (local time) on January 12,1990. All national origin in consideration for an NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a Partial Release except of Mortgage portion recordedIn
I ceedings. bidders Interested In this lob should attend award.All the ROW
Number 290303501.Workconsists of concrete monument on East Official Record Book 281
Alachua County, State Project Job due the Information will work Is to be done In accordancewith pag.299.of ,
furnishing and Installing traffic signalsat to that be line of a County Graded Road: thencerun the public records of Bradford County,
Number 261303511. Work consists of the Intersection of SR 25 (US 441)) and discussed. the Plan, Specifications, ond N 00'03I24" E, along said ROW line, Florida.at .
furnishing and Installing traffic signalsat CR 252. (WPIf 2119128)) (Approx. 30cal.ndor Suwonnee County State Project Job Special Provisions of the State of Florida 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument; public sale, to the highest bidder
the Intersection of SR 26 and N.E. 25th days). Number 370403501. Work consists of Department of Transportation. thence run N 00'31'23" E, along said East for cash In the lobby of the Bradford
Street. (WPtf 2110422)) (Appro 30 Columbia and Union Counties, State adding a layer of friction course over the Unless otherwise notified by Certified ROW line, 444.B7 feet to a concrete County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida
calendar days). Project Job Number .29060-3504 and existing roadway pavement and rework Mail Return Receipt Requested Bid monument at the NW corner of Lot 1 of at I 1:00o.m. on the 6th day of February
Alachua County State Project/ Job 3901().351.. Work consists of adding a lime rock base with cement with a structure Tabulation will be posted with the "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded map;
Number 26030-3501. Work consists of layer of friction court over the existing course overlay on U.S. 129. (WPI District Contract Administrator Room thence run S 89"26'12"E, along the North 1990.WITNESS hand and official seal' this
adding a layer of friction course over the pavement on SR 100. (WPtf 2113141 and 2118565)) (Approx. 60 calendar days). 210 Department of TransportationDistrict line of said Lot 1; a distance of 435.73 6th day of November 1989. .
existing pavement on U.S. 41. (WPkf2U0431)Approx. 2119552)) (Approx. 30 calendar days). NOTE: There will be a pre-bld conference Office 1901 South Marlon Street, feet to the FOB; thence continue along Fred H. Kent III
)( 15 calendar days). NOTE: There will be a pre-bid conference on this lob ot the Lake City Lake City Florida 32056-1089 on (he the North line of said lot 1 and the North Florida Bar No. 327042
NOTE: There will be a prs-bid conference on this lob at the Lake City District Office Conference Room 1901 S. 25th day of January 1990. The postingwill line of Lot 31 of said unrecorded map Kent Ridge S Crawford
on this lob at the lake City District Office Conference Room 1901 S. Marion St., lake City Florida at 1:00 provide notice cf the Department'sIntent 708.13 feet to a concrete monument; 225 Water Street Suite 900
District Office Conference Room 1901 S. Marlon St., Lore City. Florida at 1:00: p.m. (local time)on January 12, 1990. All to award or reject all bids. Any thence run N 0031'23" E. 326." f**< I.. Jacksonville, Florida 32202 .
Marlon St.. Lake City. Florida at 1:00 p.m. (locol time)on January 12,1990. All bidder Interested In this job should nt- bidder who feels he is adversely affected an Iron pipe; thence run S S926'!7> E. ((904)) 353-5501
p.m. (local time) on January 12 1990. All bidder Interested In this lob should attend tend due to the Information that will be by the Department'. Intended 134.25 feet: thence run N OO0504"E Attorney for Plaintiff 1
bidders Interested In.this lob should attend due to the Information that will be discussed. decision to award or reject all bids must along the East line of said NW 1/4. a RAY NORMAN "
due to the Information that will be discussed. \ NOTE: A contractor must be pr. file with the Clerk of Agency Proceedings distance of 610.01 feet to a point on the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I.
discussed. Dixie. County; 6tote Project Job qualified In accordance with Rule Room 562 Hayden Burns North line of said North line 837.72 feet; By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk .;
Atochua Columbia and Suwannee Number :30010.3501.1 Work consists offurnishing Chapter 14-22 on the dot of the letting Building. 605 Suwannee Street, thence run S 31'23"W.. 1009.27 ft to 1/11 4tchg 2/01; Cont. No. 342 r
Counties State Project Job Numbers and Installing traffic signalsat In order to submit a bid In excess of Tallahassee, Florida. 32399-0458. a written the POB. ri
26040-3504, 29050-3507, and 370303501.: the Intersection of SR 55 (US 19)) and 250000. A double asterlck ((0 ') In the Notice of Protest within 72 hour.. of Said parcel containing 18.24 acre i
Work consist of adding a layer of fric- CR 55A. (WPkf 2113542)) '(Approx. 30 left sidu margin of this notice denotes posting of the bid tabulation
calendar days). A protest filed prior to the notice of
tion course over the existing pavementon project for which any contractor may
2113140 and Dwal County Slate Project Job the Intended decision to award a con --- -
U.S. 27. (WPtfs 2110430 receive bidding document However,
2118566)Approx.)( 45 calendar days). Number 72001-3414. Work consists of any bid' lit excess of S25O.OOO, submittedby tract shall be deemed abandoned unless ;
NOTE: There will be a pr.-bid conference posttentkwlng. Installing a cathodic protection a contractor which I I. not pre- renewed within 72 hour of posting or .
on this lob at the Lake City system and cleaning and sealingthe qualified In accordance with Chapter after receipt of the Notice of Intent to BROWSiNG 7
District Office Conference Room 1901 S. pier wall located In the channel of 14-22 on the date of the letting shall be Award.
the bridge structure. Work also Includesthe After filing a written Notice of Protest
Marlon St.. Lake City, Florida at 1:00 declared. "IRREGULAR" and will be RE.
(within 72 hours of Posting) formal
1990. All epoxir Injection of crack In the pier
(local time) on January
p.m. wall. This work I I. to be done the written protest setting forth a short and
bidder Interested In this |lob should attend Order for these. documents should be
due to the Information. that will be Buckman Bridge. (WPV 2142498)) (Ap- directed to the District Contract Department plain statement of the matters assertedby Check TheClassifieds.
discussed. prox. 70 calendar days). Department of Transportation the Protestor accompanied by a bond
Baker County State Project Job Dwal County Mate Project Job '' 1901 South Morion Street lake City payable" to the deportment In an orrxjupt
((1%) ot the lowen
Number 270103501. Work consists of Number 72140-9501. Work consist of Florida 32056-1089 Phone ((904)) equal to one percent
bid submitted or 5000. whichever I I.I. I.
furnishing and Installing traffic signalsat placing a leveling/overbuild course and 752-3300. The right I I. reserved to reject less must be filed with the Clerk of !
the Intersection of SR 10 (US 90) and resurfacing" the existing roadway with a any or all bids.A Agency, Proceedings within 10 day of .
CR 23A. (WPLf 2111262)) (Appro 30 mm aspnaiiK concrete overlay.' (WPI Proposal Guaranty of not less than the preliminary notice of protest. In accordance 1
calendar days). 2610498) (Approx. 60 calendar days). five percent ((5%) of the total bid In the with Section 337ll(3)b( )( ).
NOTE: There -will be a pre-bld con- form of either a certified check,

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Ladies 'Press' Forward with Two Wins

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The Lady Tornado five used a full the right times said Coach Slater. Each game has seen a different are at home against! Ucala Vanguard
Forest the fourth tonight (Thursday Jan. IB). It's
court press defense to break open played period combination work Slater says.
two tight games this past week, with two substitutes after two BHS was 10 t after the win, another big liat.5-3A contest.
tr 9 ', beating Ocala; Forest 68-53 and guards fouled out and another left Suwannee 2-9. BHS heat Suwannee Vanguard has lost just one game
Suwannee High 7049. the game" with an injury after hi'tmo; High 68-43 Dec. 15 in Live Oak. Coach Slater said. JV game, 6 p.m.

The BHS girls, 10-1 over-all and 5-0 the wall defending a layup. Tornado .rodlord Mlgi. 19 10 10 20 70 Varsity game 7:30: p.m.
ranked Rhonda Bright fouled out midway luwonnooHIgh 10 II 4 14 4. Using a full court press In the third
in District 5-3A play, are ,.. ..
milord High,Dana Norman .2'M I Amono 0 BHS came from behind to
seventh in the Class 3A state poll. the fourth period. 2.0., Monty Willi.... ,.a,.-l4. u.... ......, period, in first of
Forest fell to 11-4 over-all and 3-2 in "You've got a great group of girls. l-J/4-7.........".....2-l/J-I.Ton Jockton t-O/l-IO. edge Bi-59 by OV the game
Dist.5-3A. The Forest game had Them, are no weaknesses, said the AurlUo Wllllomi O.I/MI. A..... William l-l/l-l. the season.
OF coach. Totolu: 70.1797.7O.54w.nn Saturday, Jan. 20, BHS goes to
been billed a possible preview of the Might A......'.... 7.0/1.1. C.Orohom Park High for a non-district
IraiHore'HIo.lt/ U 'f It II Orange
district tournament by Lady Tor- ol ..... .
1-1/41 L. 91 0/1-11. I.Allen/ 1032.W.Jonot
It 170 JV 5:30: Varsity
II 07.r.N,4141SM .. game. game p.m.
nado Coach John Slater. 1.1.011. I.OInglolon' .D/I. I.Compbell
,.,.. .
Don.Mormon 2-0/1-4.An Urn.mon. .... 7
2.2/ Total 4,17S20.40.Upcoming. game
S0SMonk William. 10.0/7.90. ...d.. Tuesday
BUS 68 O.Forest 53 .utter.1/.7_.d. Irlght 7-l/J-U.I,..*loikion ... \ Next Jan. 20, BHS is at
..'/1.., Aurlllo Willi....l-l't-7. Total i .IO/U-M.. home against North Marion in a
Monic Williams stored 25 points Ocola tofMti Joanna ...... f..01,1 Kilo The Lady Tornadoes, ranked Dist.5-3A opponent. JV game, 6 p.m.
and Rhonda Brit 15 to lead the I,.!/ -n.Ruby. G..I./. ,.I,Inn Porkor 5.4/5-24. seventh in the Mate/ Class 3A poll Varsity game, 7:30: p.m.
..... ...
BHS ladies Ocala Forest till Woo*4lt CI'd. .mo r 2.0/. Toalq.30.1023.17. '
R A the Bradford High gym Monday /. .

night Jan. 15. BUS 70 Suwannee 49
Inez Parker, about 6-2, worked Inside Center Aurilla Williams scored 18

.,... and scored 24 points for Forest points and grabbedfd 14 rebounds as
-- despite a sprained ankle. the Lady Tornadoes took control
Forest won the first period 19-14. "Sty
with their press in the second half
BHS won the second period 17-12 to
.. for 70-49 win over Suwannee High
.-.--- tie the game 31-all at the half. win in the Bradford
fJII'" In the third period the BHS press gym.
Monic Williams added 16 points I, t
caused some Forest turnovers and 12 rebounds, and Tara Jackson
.. .... led to some BHS steals of pressured scored points.
: : ." : passes. BHS won the third period Dana Norman, Latara Jackson
._ for the
19-10, the fourth period 18-12 and Arkevea Williams came off the
bench in the first half to spark the
din... and Tara
Ton Williams comeback and put BHS ahead, said
\\ hen Monlque William Is on the run for the Lady Tornadoes things Jackson came in to spark the way Coach Slater.

I get tough for their opponents.. said Coach John Slater. In the se- "All our girls continue to con 4
\\Illlams Is leading her 7th-ranked BUS team In scoring with a 23 cond half BHS took control of the tribute in each game. So far it has

|H>lnt-per.game average.Tornadoes. game by using its press at the just been difficult to pick a starting five.

I Fall in Tight'-' District Game r. :

Ocala Forest used a tignt sagging have the depth to stay with it too GUS pulled within four points a few stack stall offense drawing fouls
l. /one defense and made Bradford long, says Coach Cummings. times, but BHS made its foul shots and working behind GHS for back
shoot over it and hung on for a 61-60 Three minutes into the fourth and some baskets to stay ahead. door baskets.

DI'A; : win on the Bradford High period Tornado center Wendell Hudson Pedro Carter led the Tornado ef- The win was big because it put 4
floor Tuesday night Jan. 16. made one free throw, missed the fort with 18 points and 6 fbounds. BHS one game in the Dist.5-3A
The win throws the Dist.5-3A race second, the ball bouncing off the Center Hudson had 14 points 10 to standings. BHS was 3-1 in the
back into a four way tie with rim. Hudson quickly grabbed the rebound the fourth period, and 7 rebounds. district after the win, 12-3 over-all.
I Forest, Vanguard, Buchholz and put the basketball back Point guard Reggie Sheffield scored .
1r.dk.4 It t II 34 19
il Bradford all at 3-2. Forest went up and BHS up by one 44-43. 13 points and had 3 rebounds. Truin 0.1.111.....h It II 11 It I*
'i 4 with the win. Bradford fell tot BHS settled back into a 2-3 zone Blye had 12 points and one rebound. .......4 Nigh Train' .1,. I.""1-12. .....Shof-
..... .... .....
Forward Clarence Williams scored 8 Hold 2.0-7/"" c. t /l J.n CI.
BHS but still played tight defense. GHS wllll_. .2/.., W.nd.IIu4W4 ."..... '.,.1.. ----
Last Friday Jan. 12, won committed 11 turnovers in the se- points and had 9 rebounds.
(?.;39 on the road over the Hur- cond half, compared to two in the BHS hit 22 of 35 free throws, and O.I..UIO Hlghl Tarry too J-O/l-7.. Prod ."I.. Up and Over...
i icanes of Gainesville High. After first half. ..011... Crwd 'h...... "'112.17. ,.... ..u.dI... BIIS' Pedro Carter shoots over the top against Calneavllle High during a I
committed 14 fouls. GHS had 23fnnln ,.
that BUS roosted atop Dist.5-3A J.I-J/I-I,Jutlln Tllu.1-1/1 Arthur .wn 4.1/7-0 -
win BHS won the fourth period 26-16. tough district lees Tuesday night.
record to Ahead. BHS went into a double Jovtlo Armstrong 1-0-3. I. S.t7.0/14.Sf.|
landings with a 3-1 only
lose the advantage with the loss to
(Ocala Forest.
Coach Roland Cummings has ( 'f : x lI roll-Free
repeatedly stated that Dist.5-3A is
evenly balanced this year, and thaton -" CalljromGainesville
any given night, any team is ..' B"Ofa /nywhere
capable of beating any other

Dist. 5-iA loam'How'd in Florida!
you like to have 20 of these 377-1096
in a row" asked Principal Charles '

Francis after the one-point OF loss. 18OO329FORD964720O 209 MADISON STARKE PL.
'I don t even want to think about \
it. said Coach Cummings
Upcoming.' .. 473-FORD

Friday. Jan 19 the Bradford fiveis Starke 377-1096 388-FORD ..." .. .. Keystone Heights
home against Clay High. JV
tame, i r> p m Varsity game 7:30: 209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21
p.m BUS beat Clay 81-56 Dec. 7 in
Green Cove Springs
Tuesday. Jan. 23 BHS goes to
Maccienny] tor a rematch with
Baker High whIch beat Bradford t
76.74 here Dec. 12 JV game. 6:15
Y NEW 1989 DR."T"
p.m Varsity game II p.m. 1990 FORD F-150 .
Next Friday, .l.in .26. BUS goes to
Eastside High in Gainesville for a
Dist ;3-JA; contest. It'll be the first LARIAT

game of the season for these two Custom AC tilt
JV Varsity equipment group wheel
teams game 6pm
4x2,133" wheel base automatic sound AM/FM stereo
!game 7'30 p m. premium system

O.Forest (il BITS 60 overdrive 302, power windows, power cassette power windows wire wheel

Forest won the Tuesday night locks cruise tilt wheel, loaded. covers.

game over Bradford 61-60 by
dominating the third period when it $8,596ors15
outscored the Tornadoes 12-5 and

opened up a nine point lead. $13,895
The Forest big three. 6-4 6-3, 6-2"21
gathered under the backboards and
outrebounded BHS particularly in 69 Yo 37per

the third period, allowing BHS just "Good Selection" month
one shot most of the time. Net after rebate plus tax tide, tag$1BOO down. on
BHS pressed OF in the fourth 6O mo, at ._APR with approved .....tIL $153.9 per month.
12 24 MO. _
period, got some turnovers and
worked back into the game tying it
up at 56-all with just under two
minutes to go. The lead see-sawed FINANCING .
back and forth in the final minutes to
a 60-60 tie Pedro Carter hit twice,
jumper over the OF zone defense, 1990 F-150 4x2
and Clarence Williams one basket in ON '89 AND '90 1990 FORD F-250
close BHS guard Reggie Sheffieldlost
\ control of the basketball once in
LARIAT "XLT"XLTLariattrlmBrlghtlowmountswtngawaymtrrora
the closing minute.
With 17 seconds left Bradford foul. -SERIES TRUCKS
d OF guard Mike Follins, who 4x2, 7.3 diesel electronic 4 speed
handling package hcadllner/lnsulatlon package,
made the first, for the 01-69 margin light/convenience group,AM/FM stereo/cloCk/cassette, automatic transmission trailer tow
IUmissed the second. Tornado speed control, tilt steering wheel, AC deluxe argent styled
(larence Williams rebounded and steel wheels, P235/75R15 XL BSW all season tires H.D. package, power windows/locks. cruise,
passed out to point guard Reggie service Package, Overdrive transmission. tilt.
Sheffield who drove into the saggingOF
1.:! zone, which fouled Sheffield, *
.i:, ne tried to shoot, refusing to allow 1O $17 49 5

Sheffield> to get the shot off. or .:.M... :.., ..ti '
With four seconds remaining Sheffield _____t_I ,;
went to the charity line for two $190
shots. but both bounced off the rim. 00per month
i'larence Williams got his hands on _
left-handed, the Net lAer rebate plus tax. Btle. tag(1.500 down cash or trade. Booed on "" "Loaded"USED
the rebound and put
6O.-e.at 1O.5'%APR with approved credit.(199 per month. 4... ,
ball back up from six feet out as the

rjuzzer went off, but the ball wouldn't .

'O.&...,... 17 10 172 .t
Bradford High: Train ... 1 1/4-14, .....Shot. '
.... 78 F-150 SWB 4X4 Thunderbird
Hold 1 1/9-10.' Jame.McNool 0-1/2-1. Pedro c. 87 Gran Marquis ;
I 4J419 CI....,. Wllllonu 9-0/1-4 Wondoll Hud.
,.0."10 Totolll 21-0/14-40.. $9995 Low MilesTERWILLEGAR Was $10,750
ton Ocolo......,Orog Willi.....-".It.....Sanaa. 4 sp.. Chrome 4 Dr.. All Power. Was Full Power
I 1.0.2.J.N McOlrinlt 11-1/2-11..n..."...,h.....-.. $2495 R Crf
Low Ol O
_. ... Wheels Tires Options. ) P& $9750
S race D.u<.n. 2.... Irlefc' n 2." Mike nlesNOW REBATE: $ 000 NOW
folllnl 2 2/S-O.,.,.1.. 22-I1/14-OI.. Super CSP
BUR 65 GUS 59!

court A man-to-man press pulled detense Bradford and a High full '84 Escort GT '88 Aerostar. XL B14ick.28'00 Chrome Wheels. MI.. '87 F150.SWB

from an 11 point third period deficit Dlack. S Sp.. Tilt. j Custom Stripe Pkg... WaS $7995
to a 65-59 win over Gainesville Highon Cruise. Cass Air. AT. Tilt Cruise Chrome Bumper.
12. the road last Friday night Jan. Sunroof Great Runs $2$95 Cass 7 Condo Pass., Mint. $ Dual Tanks.Sharp Extra << '$7

BHS contended with a height
deficit against 6-8 Hurricane Fred
Perkins. Chad Thomas tall and CAN BE SEEN IN KEYSTONE
muscular, pulled down 24 rebounds 83' Mustang '88 Ford Taurus GL '
before fouling out midway.the 4th 87 Olds Cutlass Calais

period. O Cyl.. AT. PowerEverything.
BHS won the first period 19-1B. Air Stereo Cloth $
GHS won the second period 15-9; Clean Car $2995 Includes Seat 4 2 Dr.. Air Stereo '$15 9 9 15

BHS trailed 31-28 at the half. GHS
won the third period 12-11)) BHS was

down down Midway by by points.four the 43-39.third Coach period Cummingswent BHS was OVER 60' 'MORE TO CHOOSE FROMMo

to a full court press and a man-
to-man defense. BUS\ got some tur-
novers and steals and gradually I ,4cii
worked its way back. BUS can play ,
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84 Ford Escort
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1989 '88 Ford F15085' Ford FUSO Mazda 3231 '86 Ford
Chevy 86 Chevy SWD '89 Ceo Metro LBI 87 DVtg....bltang '82 Dats.. "' 210
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'89 Chev K2500 3/4, '85 GMC Sierra '87 Ford Bronco '85 Ford 11'150 '87 Plymouth '86 Lincoln Town '82 Mazda Station
Ten 44 n 4:1:4: : XLT SWB 'S8 Chevy Corsica Duster 2 Door Car Wagon
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Stone Woman Early,29, who is in custody facing the Store, was apprehended and act were issued in a capias in Augustfor Graham,three men were stop by Two ChargedIn
; drug charges, and Griffin are charged returned for identification. which Bullard was arrested.Jan. Game and Fresh Water BurglaryTwo
,d In Crash with trafficking In stolen property Bond was set at $5,000Jacksonville .,8 Bullard entered a no contest Wednesday night at approximately
to the lewd act, found Starke men were' charged
grand theft, burglary and plea was guilty 10pm.
' day morning Heights: when woman she was lost trespass, with bond set at $5,000, Man and sentenced to 15 years in the Charged with gun and light hunting with breaking into Ranch the Bar store last room Fri-
said Perry. Department of Corrections. The tworemaillingchargeswillbedi.lmislled I (deer) were Ronald Newman behind Michigan
lot her car and slammed into Gets Prison Time
day night.
Jr., 20, of Bradford County Ronald
:!e. Clay Man ChargedIn For Sex the state. ; Terry Hugh Rhue,44 was charged
Charges. by Marvin Homer 21, and Rodney structure,
K. Marchinton, 46, 1220 with burglary of occupied
Road, southbound Store BurglaryA A Jacksonville Woodman 22, both of Clay Jason Bennett,
t taiprw was on 21-year-old man according to Deputy
3 Men :
$In the early morning; fog Jan. 36-year-old Green Cove Springsman was sentenced In Bradford Circuit Charged County Hubner,and according to Officers Jim after he was caught in the store
ton her way to Interlachen who said he hadn't eaten for Court to serve 15 years in prison for With Night Randy Cory. room. A second man, Sterling Ross
I tnUrv School when she lost eight days was feed in the county jail a charge of lewd lascivious act in the Deer HuntingThree Peugh, 24, was charged with
't of her 1987 Chevrolet on acording after he was arrested Jan. 10 for presense of a child. The three men were in Newman'struck. burglary and petit theft after he was
to Trooper James burglary. Terry Cleon Bullard was arrested men were arrested Jan. 10 Newman was also charged identified by witnesses as having
1:1,1'he:; car went onto the east David Lee Evans is charged with last summer following an incidenton after they were found with a .308 with driving while license suspended been with Rhue.A third man is being
#r, travelled about 72 feet and burglary, trespass and criminal Marklee Starling Roar), he was calibre Remington rifle in there (failure to pay three traffic fines) sought. -
t !to Cedar tree head-on. The ncf mischief of the Majik Market on N. charged with lewd assault upon a six possession.Responding. and possession of cannabis. The store room door was kicked
occurred about four miles Temple in Starke, according to year old child.Additional charges of to complaints of night Flanders is on supervised parole open and beer was taken from the
orh:Interlachen at 7:05 a.m. Patrolman Mack chn.t '..nne rtr''1 sexual batterv and lewd lascivious deer himtina on CR-225 south of from Duval County, said Hubner.. room.
+, A1 ough she was wearing her seat
Cf j Marchinton apparently was
m\ Impact, according to
.?jde Investigator Marvin Thanks To You

ll! Charged WinnDixieTM the "Even It Up" Program

fth Cheating Has Raised
*al Residents i ,
S'e you been approached and/or
[ by an business wanting to $173,127
;, t our driveway or maybe wan-
i equip your home with a
'rod? If so please contact Lt. Give Your Change .
a Aderholt at the Bradford -4
Sheriff's Department To Feed The Hungry
has been arrested and
,, 1 py'man men are being sought inIon PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING STARKF WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: When you buy groceries, Just ask your cashier to

with a possible fly-by 470 WEST MADISON' STREET "even up"your grocery total to the next dollar. The
ft business which has apparently funds collected will go to The Salvation Army to pro-
pp i on elderly victims in the area vide fresh food Items for needy families.It .
t t n gthe past 3'i months, accor-
to Lt. Aderholt.i .
John Richardson, 20, was '
ted Jan. 12 for cheating,accor-
\\p It.Aderholt. Richardson aka
icy Johnson faces multiple
". ges locally and is wanted in ; We Your
,RI > for arson and two felony of- Respect

Collins, who has multiple i ir' lid
,is being sought as well as his
jj' lAnnte Collins I
'., i name is on the business let- tv
I for a black top paving corn-
riveways paved by the com- .
Hard-Earned Dollar.
? are now cracking, failing to '
It the guarantee that was made
'US time of payment of a large
w ant of money. One victim paid
.t Q for a lighting rod which turned
fl be a weather vane with a wire just makes you get the most for
jd[ite, said pickup Aderholt.truck, dump truck ,_ -_ I sense to shop at a your money on every

wing machine have been seiz- store that understands aisle of the store.
Ptb sheriff. A local man is also _
J investigated in the chea tings. dollars and cents. Come on in and see

Ice Man Especially your dollars how quality and value

urged In Robbery and cents. WINN-DIXIE add up to savings at
'+ ryear-old Star' man has been
', wd with rob1' the Suwan- works hard to help WINN-DIXIE.
t' t r Store on CS-301 south. rw
j W. Davis was identified
,U as the man who took two
ji'jof beer and knocked the cash
off the counter, almost -4
.s the clerk, according to : '
Os Anderson Holland and
1 I Alvarez. Following the rob- '
"r e clerk locked herself in the :!
of fear only to find the ___ t ...I1
S i lines had been cut. A __ ,' Y ;rf .,- d $A i ] :_ W ..: _aJ I
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"A sea(Davis as well was as apprehended the clerk iden-,two

-. |vii as the man Davis who had took taken the'Apparently NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY !

i.without paying from the store .
bttft the 8:30 p.m. incident.
q Other men are being sought in Prices We're Give You Lowest Total I Bill
x obbery, said Lt. David With Over 10,000 Low Working To The Food !

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i'Starke have been
burglary men of Kenny ElectricHecrse charg- ,- u lpp@If PRICE ? p yy PRICE

Washington Early and PE CAFFEINE FREg
5w>es Griffin were arrested Jan. Its MAYONNAISE
Dar climbing a fence to gain ac- *KeW
to the business,stealing proper- 1
yjuued.at more than$300 and sell- I
J ttn tame to a business in Hamp- '

l far iferry.FE 180,according. to Investigator COLA' ; I ir I I i

,77o. t DINNER PACK I 1 '

t experience the difference"ftM 'I LB. SLAW 9 .
}\Ue of Services: LOAF SERVES Of 4-6 FRENCH BREAD EA i& e ___
irltl9ty Morning Worship -
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'Evening Worship OLD FASHION __ _f ,
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t- 3d rke Wed.964-5451& Thurs. 'PERDUEDELI TURKEYBREAST! 24.PKSg88 24'$391 _. WWSiwsd_ _?. '20-oz. $198

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IACK TOFUTURE GARLIC or BUTTER liSUNCHEROS ._IIc......,and rsfllstsnd pharmacists.
FRESH BAKED $1199 1 2 .c-nlevourprescrlpllonfllledwhll.yc u

KNOT ROLLS DOt I _\ .. U-oz. $165 shop. '
BAGS TUBES Wept PCS,NPA and MEDICAID and many others.HAM .
MADE"FRESH DAILY, SERVES 2. Computerized proscription....ord..
t + PARTS RATED: PC DELI $2 89 LIGHT or DARK OF ARC $ 00 POLIDEMT DENTURE ...Wllc.tyafullineofl'QA..eppnMldquelltygeMrlodruga.JOAN Prescriptions are ssslly Innsfsrrabls. .|.Ju..brlnlllnSANDWICH .

u" 3 IJS-tt. 0ct$224 your ratlllsM* prssertptlons and your
D uv.EINc KIDNEY BEANS CANS TABLETS' .. ', PIlI. pM 1 1 r and laM can oofaIITiredsa1N.w.taeIa.t

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a Y Martin Luther Day Observed HereAllen : fi

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Chiropractic t Chapel AME Church of and concentrate on becoming pro- the principles ul, <-<)ii.ililv III) races take lime to study his lite and
Starke and St. John Baptist Church ductive citizens of the community- nnd freedom irorn cliMim UIIKH, t l tiacv, and. the civil. rights!! move
of Lawtey were two Bradford Coun The combined choir, with! that ''i'it'i >I.1 <.j l siiin sph" i 1I".ullhal!, i he led," Ms. Caulor said In
Center ,+k ty congregations Joining with others members from various churches in ".i.',hEducation 'liMtismns the 1m"""' if Marlin
In a statewide observance of Martin the county,provided inspiring IIIIIKK'
OVER INSURANCE Dr. V.A. Berry Luther Kind's birthday for the ceremony was stressed by <:urn I-uther King's dream. She pointed
COMPANIES ACCEPTED An Impressive candlelight service m'-.burner of Education Betty C'tihtoi out that there was still a long way to
AUTO Rev.Torrance Robinson, pastor of was held at Lawtey whore Kc\ in a ceremony! at I the Sliiti' l'""Holm( go hetoi that dream is reah/ed.! and
ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES Allen Chapel,appealed especially to Herman Thomas is pastor. 'I'nlliihnsfctf "liw.m-p <>! 1 In, King stressed that education is a must if
IIKAIMCHE LOW BACK PAIN follow I IIpl" ., the black of today are to help
younger generation blacks; to Both Rev Robinson and Itev. and her uuse vu rel| Ui'' i n inlh youth
NECK & ARM PAIN LEO PAIN/NUMKNP.SS the non-violent precepts of Dr. Kn(,,- ... .rw"",,.. .r o.w._" _... I day iliildion .11 over tin, r"ulIlI'Y the King dream come true.

lOver Attend for Sen. WalkerAround
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE964S018 1.500 Banquet Sherry-

1,500 constituents and service in the Florida LegislatureThe Senator Waln.cr' law partner and who is a candidate for the Commissioner
friends of Senator Sherry D. Wai!'or event was staged at Ihe CasaBlanca ca.rpaign minugi-r! of Agriculture post; Sen.
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) attended an old-fashioned barbecue ranch, near Monticello, tin Among u.obe attending were George Stuart, Democratic candidate f
marking the end of her first year of country home of Jon famine Senate President Bob Crawford, for Governor; Mrs. Bill .=:..:.
Nelson, representing her husband
Congressman Nelson, also a candidate "
for Governor; several
Cabinet officers including: Attorney
General Robert Butterworth and
Comptroller Gerald Lewis
SEE YOUR members of the Florida Senate andHouse .
MEAT 7r of Representatives; and -
DEPARTMENTRECIPE // Jr many local government officials -_
BOARD '(from the ten counties In District 3, ;..-
FOR HELPFUL served by Senator Walker.
COOKING ( ..r'r. A.K. Black of Lake City was I
IDEAS. 4 'recognized for his many years of ---
service to the State Democra'ic Party : I
and presented Senator Walker
with an old-fashioned bib apron Inscribed .
"A woman's place is in the '
U.S. CHOICE L House.. and in the Senate". -
A group of students from Jefferson ;,.
MEDALLION BRAND WHOLE or HALF County High School assisted in ;':'.:
registering guests and were commended 7"
representing a school district that :. I
SELECT LEAN WHOLE has the lowest dropout rate in the


BREAST STRIPS PORK LION state.Forest Fire :.

Season ToRe 7


THURS.WED.JAN. forest fires burned 71 '
18-24 1990 acres in Bradford county during tin :.,
QUANTITY RIGHTS month of December,with the largest
RESERVED fire near Sampson City covering 41 '
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Inc, says County Forest SupervisorTim (
Hannon. -
SLICED SLICED Primary cause of wildfires in .
December was escapes debris burning -
LB. LB. FREE LB FREE Citations are is.cued for these
cases and charges are made tor
costs Hannon And

FRYER THIGHS . LB SSC STRIP STEAKS '. LB. $497 PORK,LOIN . LB. $167 damages Rainfall caused amounts by the for fire.the month % ,
measured*n inches and recorded at : --
the five fire: towers in Bradlord and : : "
BEEF BONELESS CUT Union(cuunties follow: .,- I'I
onto F. 2.66
SL = r'? -'sr New River "ty.03. .
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{ .-t of'6ftliritit' .'. Lake Butler < 911..$**. I

i3 b "ltn 'iJ $2 g.: THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: The average for the two county
Checking Traveler's' Checks area is 2.77 inches for December.
LB. LB S-LB.BOX Savings> Account Credit Card Applications Normal rainfall for December is i: .08
Loan Applications Money Orders I inches.

SLICED BACON Bff IO BONELESSHAMS LI. ENDS & PIECES 3U SIZE HOURS: vegetation after the Christmas ice
storm and three day freeze will ',"
w-a MeN.WED. h.m..
MADISON BRAND $999 SLICED COOKED W-D CHIPPED THURS.&FRI, 9am4pm pm, Supermarket I make hazard.any type of open fire a definite "-

CORN DOGS . 3 sox!to> O .HAM .. . t2 nut_ $299 MEATS . . Z'It'IL Flea .39C SATURDAY 8am-2pm ", nkW- Farmers who will be burning their '__.
SLICED FREE f"' HUGO fields to clear for spring plowing ..
W-D SPECIAL TRIM W-D CHOPPED COMBINATION Should be extra careful. The forest 1
97c $259 2 $299 service will plow firelmes for a
WHOLE HAMS : ,. .- ll HAM . ,. .", u PIZZAS : . charge of $27.50 per hour and will
---- stand by while burning for $H per

/O w PR CE. / LoW EVERYDAY PRICE co LOW EVERYDAY PRICE FRESH Revival January Starting 21

Revival services will begin Sun- :
Naisns PRODUCE day night,January 21, at 6 p.m. and
a es continue at 7 p.m., Monday through
Pus Friday, at the Church of God of Pro- .
e I i I a t I e phecy, Inc. in Starke. ;
Nature makes the produce. Evangelist Rev. Wendall Pittman '.
t a W1NN-DIXIE makes the difference.WASHINGTON and Rev. W.T. Laney cordially in- "- -
I 1 STATE vite everyone to attend. "'';?.

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1 1 -* APPLES W.T. Weeks UDC .-'
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The W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, ..i
met at the Western Steer Restaurant -
on Monday,January 15,with a pro- ..
gram on "Soldiers NationalCemetery

: ;, L- Mildred at Weisgerber Gettysburg"spoke. about

Lr-j the difficulties in identifying the
dead after the Battle of Gettysburg..
HARVEST FRESH No southerners were left to help with
ITflia -; this task. Soldiers did not have"dog -
CARROTS tags"so many were buried in a com-
QUARTER mon grave.
REGULAR ADC or BLUE BONNET DOWNYFLAKE The Confederate soldiers were so

ELECTRIC ASTORCOFFEE PERC MARGARINE 2 nisi $107 WAFFLES . ?a 99c Q70 take poorly shoes equipped, etc. from that fallen they would Union ::..

TURKIY, CHICKEN or MACARONI *CHEESI 5-LB. soldiers and then if they were killed. ..:::
SUPERBRAND MADISON HOUSE BAG this lead to confusion in identification. ::
3 ,... SSe had in both ar I
Some states
S YOGURT : curs POT PIES . srca13oz. mies as Maryland did so if Maryland : .:
9 was given in identification, it was
15 PILLSBURY GORTON'S CRUNCH AQc BOSC or D'A JJOU not always evident which side the ,
2 $300 One cannot be :
: & 9 men were fighting on. .
PIECRUST .. FISH STICKS PEARS sure their ancestor soldier was properly I
400 OFFCHEER UPCRBMAND identified if they were killed at
G. $2 12 DAISY WEDGE $289 SARA'LEE $1 59 p Gettysburg.The I j I

DETERGENT 42'lBO* CHEESE -. . u LAYER CAKES. 'ii 55CBA ducted business by Mrs. Weisgerber.Social meeting was. con- ; '. ,

WE- WILL GLADLY_ STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. LB refreshments hour were followed served. and r::; 1,

5ir Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge JUMBO 31/39 CT. FARM RAISED Vo-Tech to OfferPhotography ?: I

I --- "1ho ik 4 ,,oI-'Qoj-.PIortb HEADLESSWHITE CATFISHFILLETS Class .. .
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COLE SLAW Instructor Scott Allen will tenth 1

_....,..; .'''',..,. .;i .. '..... P SHSIKP MIX . . HI SIZE 73 you how to take quality black and
... film and make
-- develop
''". .or ;:::: white photos
."'. h i $ prints. No experience Is necessary
..... : "....,., $299 YELLOW Must have access to a :.lAmm I
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M ., FISHERMAN s aFRESH 98c camera. \
.:.1- .A tIWHA.RF.rn.lt LB. LB The course is one of several now
--\t:' SEAFOOD \ community education classes, according

Wlnn.Dime, Mope Lodge'provldina' .free., hort-Urm ,SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $'399 4=oz. TO 6-01. $399 MUSHROOMS S as 91 c dish. The to class coordinator will meet Becky Monday Ib'd-.
housing to palunu while Lund. tr.atmuifar LOBSTER TAILS from 700 to 10:IN)
u evenings ; p.m.
cancer.l II I Curing Project of the People ol Wlna-Ditl. . u p.m. for six weeks. The first class is I
Monday January 22. Course lit* IK :
sill with a $20 lab fee :.
Call 964.6800.ext. 122.: l..r lurlhfi' :

Thanks for Winn-Dixie. Information.A minimum enrollment i<' re- -: :
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of the sheriff. Bond was set' >) contest manufacturing cannabis. thefts of (1
In Bradford County presence copper wire. : I since June 1987 for grand theft.
at",000. Hammond was placed on one year. Thomas G. Burns Jr., who liveson However, this offense occurred in Court Finals
"l:1t: toll arrests were made probation. SR-100 west at the county line 1986 during the same time as his first
by t officers In Deverne Aaron 33, was arrestedJan. was arrested Jan., 5 ,after Uu soldcooper grand theft offense. Mary Parks Jan. 2 CorrectionsThe
captas!; for sale of cocaine Gregory Randall pled guilty carrying
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sale of cocaine failure to ap- concealed firearm and web Recycle in Starke according to In- which Alderman failed to pay the peared before Judge George H
David IxwU Myers 44. was arrested according to Deputy Alvarez.Bond placed on one year probation. vestigator David Aderholt. The vic- 1985 morgage to the bank. Parks Pierce Jan. 2 in Bradford County
Jan. 13 oa a capias charging was set at 5000. tim of one offense Identified the property received a foreclosure notice in 1989 Court where their cases, received
.Mrmktocu tmkMpcT,uttering a Peter G. Sciortino pled no conltatescape : as having been stolen from and an investigation was conductedby final disposition.
,forftnr. !according to Deputy Jason Traffic and, was placed on one year him,Burns name was on the receiptof the state attorney.Alderman was I
.' 'MmMtt.Myw*was released after robert J. Vessey, Hillsborough probation. the sale, said Aderholt. i i H..Ii'; arrested last June and charged with Ronald E. Willis pled no contest
,: : t>W surety bond! was posted: County was arrested Jan. 13 for driv- Burns has been charged with two grand theft.Charged carrying concealed firearm; I
ing under influence (DUD), accor- Deborah Rupert pled no contest counts petit theft,two counts dealing wit'i theft in 1987 Alder- ordered to pay $50 court costs.
Gary Alvin Week 23 was ar- ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts.Vessey's grand theft and was placed on 24 in stolen property and burglary. A man was placed on coummunity Janet L. Garber pled no contest Is- /,
r.laa..13 for disorderly conduct blood alcohol content was months. probation with special conrtitions. 16-year-old juvenile was also charged control in Sept. 1987. For a second suing worthless check (Stump's);
and battery according to Chief .14 percent. Vessey was released, in the thefts, the juvenilewas charge of grand theft in April 1988 ordered to make restitution and pay
Deputy Weeks was after a $500 cash bond was posted. Johnny Dwayne Spencer pled'nu released into the custody. of his Alderman was sentenced to serve $50 court costs.
charged=a domestic dispute. contest sale of cocaine, uttering a parents said Aderholt.
Bend.. $500,he was released forgery and placed on com- ......
Thomas Nelson Chagnon, 35, was was Burns' bond was set at $10,000,he -
*a his_ own recognizance.Robert arrested Jan. 13 for DUI, driving munity control for one year and remains in custody, '
while license suspended, accordingto ordered to make restitution$100.
'Olin Fulgham 34, of
Patrolman Scott Allen. This is Hampton Man
Keystone Heights was arrested Jan.
third DUI offense. Albert Franklin Young,Sr. pled no
CHagnon's Pled .N4Me4
19 on a capias charging To Theft,
Roma contest assault and
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Alvarez Bono set at Richard Lee Kricker. 19, was ar- shooting within building. Young was A 49-year-old Hampton man was
Fulgham was released his(2,000. rested Jan. 15 for DWLS, expired placed on two years probation with sentenced In Bradford Circuit Court
recognizance and ordered & tag, according to patrolman Susan special conditions. Jan.2 to time served for grand theft.
". Sara Wilkerson. Bond was set at $465.25. William R. Alderman pled no con-
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Fuigham Suzann Martin, 29, of Clay Countywas Charged In TheftsAn found guilty and sentenced to Brad- Z'
Marvin Williams Greene 34, was arrested Jan. 11 for DUI refusing ford County Jail for time. servedone
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Samuel Bennett, 74, was arrested Bradford CourtThe Sale THE
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: : \ Judge James L.Tomlinson returned attention In opening sessions when it for it this year," was. heard in. the
l learned he planned to clear the corridors. tl
OPENING JANUARY 19,1990 to Starke this month, this time as was AVon Park 'Tom\Inson
. Circuit Judge. Tomlinson was appointed very lengthy dockets. It took until Born in the Univerlity'of
''r P ," ; to the Bth Judicial Circuit 11:20: p.m.Monday Jan. 8,to do just graduated:from
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Jan 1, 1989 by Govciuur Kuu Mar
tinet. trial this month, it may mean more School of Law In 1962. He has tried
"I Tomlinson maintained law offices "night court." numerous 'cases in'every court
GOSPEL TRUTH in Starke until he was appointed Several employees expressedrelief throughout the Eighth Judicial Cir
1 Alachua County Judge January 1985 "Well the court vacation is cuit of Florida and other state and
In Florida: ,
federal courts
by Governor Bob Graham. over. We dldn'< accomplish much
.Jurl,,!? Tomlinson got( evrrvona' last year but I think we will make up 'Judge Tomllnson and 'hisvifV..
CHRISTIAN SUPPLY CENTER reside in Gainesville., ;'., '

\I S %e QospeC Truth Jesus is JLorcC" I Evidence, in Obsenity Case Surpresse!; I

II Assistant Public Defender arrested August 10 and chat ged with pose:: in the nude for Stinnett at his
Bibles Gifts said
I Jewelry Frederick Replogle's motion to.mar- wholesale production of obscene business on US-301. The woman
E Books Records press evidence in an obscenity case materials, violation of a state statue he ask.her for sexual favors.chargedwith and
Tapes Judge lams L. Tomlinson was granted last week by Judge that prohibits certain materials Stinnett was additionally for prostitution. It
I James Tomlinson. which contain obscene and lewd acts soliciting
Cards ,,the
Plaques Music forIP9o. unclear whether
On Duty H.r. Ronald Eugene Stinnett 45.! WAR (photographs). was were intended for
I Stationary Posters Pictures Starke police officers arrested distribution, however Stinnett was
CHAINLINK M-jn Qft/lQ Stinnett on the obscenity charges charged with,wholesale' promotionof
Children's .
Dept. Gift Certificates PRIVACY after they watched him photographa obscenity., J.
FIELD woman he paid to model nude. Since Judge Tomlinson granted
Special Order Service Phone Orders REPAIRS suppression of..the evidence the
Three photo albums filled with state will not be able to use any of
Books Mailed Imprinting AUSTIN FENCE CO. photographs of women and men in the materials or testimony, 'if the
various poses were confiscated from 'case goes to trial.
Tapes & VCR Rentals HIGHWAY 100 Stinnett s business at the time of his Tomlinson has not yet addressedthe
1/2 MILE WEST OF MILLER'S SHOPPING CENTER arrest. Apparently the search was obscenity Issue, or numberous
not done There was no other motions filed by Replogle, In-
Open Daily Mon.-Sat. lOam 8 pm ,r ALL TYPES FREE search 'warrant property.Just a consent cluding one asking the .judge to
search which technically was not ad- dismiss the case entirely. Another
221 ORANGE STREET 964-7456 I PAUL AUSTIN FEATURING THE MANNING FENCE EXPERTS missible.A hearing has been scheduled for next
OWNER, & CALVIN JARVIS local, woman,_ was.paid! $10 to. _. month.. .._.A._' .,., ,''''
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Fuel Oil Prices. Rise Here [

.fij" A sharp rise in the price of home of the price rise,"he said. I
.\ .; ..' heating oil Is tied to the supply and "Today's prices are still not as highas I
demand says Freman Register III, back In the middle 70s when they TELEVISION
r\ president of Register Oil Co. in hit $1.60 per gallon, according to I
Starke. Register. Home delivery price for REPAIRS
"We have had a 30 cents rise in No. 2 fuel oil is $1.38 now, with u 10( ?
heating oil prices in the lust 30 days cents discount for c',UvwS .,:more ON ALL
and about 40 cents overall this than 150 gallons,and a lu cents surcharge MAJORBRANDS
winter, Register said. for delivery of less than 60
"We were lucky.We had our tanks gallons.
almost full when the cold storm hit With the mild winters here In the F/>.('11) Y rtA'NEOTECHNICIANVCHS.SA1FLUTESit.TEMfi' \
I here so we were able to absorb'.<",''c' past: tow yean,the fuels in storage /:
nation-wide have, been allowed, to 964.3628
decline, which accounts for the nationwide ((964 DOCT)
s ObituaryW.F. shortages now that'a rough OOIIDON D aNOWN OWNka 212 E. CAll ST
winter has hit. Resister said. -__. _

(Bill) Rosser' -
.tiF William Franklin (Bill) Rosser, t NOW SERVING
} 57,a former chief of police in .N..v t ff IN A ,,
1 x. ville Starke hospital.Mr. ,died Jan.. 13 in a Jackson- RUFFE ;
Restaurant i
Rosser,a resident of
Jacksonville,was burled Tuesday '" r *jj
afternoon,Jan. 16, in Kingsley :Mandarin &, Szechuen Cuisine
try Lake Cemetery.Survivors LUNCH
wtAlll, Include a daughter, 1ti00TJ, Tample". Stains. Florida 32091TORENA r
i Sherri Rosser, 19,an older brother, '
Frank of Fort Worth Texas,and MOTEL Eat-In or Take Out 1
his mother,Sue Mitchell of Miami. reservations'. of take out orders call): 664-7681
Rosser Jacksonville,a Starke in 1967.native He, movedto operatedthe AIL YOU'CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CinLDREN UNDER 10 $2.50 : ,

Jacksonville Glass and Body CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00' hFriday
Shop on Lennox Ave. in Jackson-
ville. l
Rosser moved to Lake Butler in BUFFET DINNER & Saturday :'I. I
\. 1949 when his father died, and lived .
wYa. Nights
with the Ramie Lee family. He wasa I
Introducing... graduate of Union County High ALL YOU CAN EAT eADULTS$7.95CIULDRENUNDERIO$3,95 .
SUte Attorney Len Register and AuUUnt State Attorney Tony Julian. School and played football against
New Bradford AwUtant State Attorney Julian was Introduced to the legal Bradford High. CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE. $1.00 'i
comunlty at an open howe Jan.11. Rosser moved back to Starke and .Our Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items i iNOW '.
Julian who was employed by the Vol F for the put four year,will handle was a meter reader for the city. He
civil served as chief of police from Tuesday-Friday Lunch 11 til 2:30 Dinner 4:30 til 9:30 'I)
matter for Bradford County Office. 1961-67. OPEN' MON. : a.m. pm; : pm ,
Julian resides In CainesvUle.Library According to his brother; Frank,. FOR LUNCH mrTrrr ONLY pnt.Saturday 430 pm tU 9:30 pm.Sunday; Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pn "
Bill Rosser died as a result of con- Dinner 430 pm to 9 pm i
tracting a virus,then meningitis.
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I No njury Trials S) 1990 Lowe's Companies, Inc 13-20 -------- ----- -' '- ';..'}i-vtiyWf :'"' \

Jai n. Finals .

The I following defendants ap- .
pearePtere d before Judge George H.
eJanuary 9 for nonjury trial in
Bradl ord Traffic Criminal Misde- SALE
mean or Court. 7 _
Rot pert ENDS
Elijah Jones pled no.con- \
test i wiving under influence and
driviiJones .if while license suspended. :r JAN. 21
was found guilty and fined
$437.5 p and$120.25; sentenced to five :i
days in Jail; placed on Tri County 3-Pack --.-..'- -*
super vision one year; must com- Bulbs .
plete 50 hours community work; attend Light 75.
I IA OUt school. Great savings 0n 40.60. wr
c :barge: of improper tag was oMOO wall bulbs N
dismlJan ssed. -Jd

Ilea Vernon Slade Jr. was .
foundsuspc guilty of driving while license
tided and leaving the scene of
an ac cident. Slade was sentenced to
39 da; ITS in jail with credit for 39 days
serve d in Gateway; fined $199 and eekendi '
$146.t Count ty iOi;supervision.placed on six months Tri ti M.t. _

Cor 'ey S. Roberts was found guilty 1989
of pet :it theft and placed on six mon- Blank VMS
thsciaway >>>urt probation; ordered to stay E S
from the victim; pay$50 court VCR Tape
costs and $35 restitution to JR Food #54957-
Store otVaJuesl

Cai lion L. Varnes was found guil- .
I i ty bal ttery and fined$190; six months s _
t Trl County supervision; must .
viola) te no laws; make restitution of
$8861 f not covered by Insurance.
Vai ii\ lies was found: not guilty of
disori ierly intoxication. i7 4X8CX )

Cii ,\ cuit Court
Fit ;; lals Jan. 2 PLYWOOD FrdCY
Th > following defendants ap- 6Z9
pear* d before Judge James L. 12192. sunday
Torn Inson in Bradford County Cir-
cuit C :ourt disposition.lenie Jan. 2.heir cases receivedfinal UNIITED Qu NITIES

Que' Berry pled no contest sale We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. No Dealer
01 eo unterfeit substance, she was
place d on one year probation. I F

Joe inne Braze pled no contest two
count *sale of cocaine; she was placed R.Vaiu. Th.highs
Ifi. ilia R valu. Iii. -t, 'IP
two control
011 i years community grater th inutahng
I and ordered to pay $200 in- pow.r NM Lowe'ssa1.pn.on 1/UI e
vestfl j latlve costs in each case. Addi- //or th.
tlona 1 charges of possession! of cocaine 1-'I1 .
i will be dismissed by the state.

I Wa! ; nda Jean Glover pled no con- -
test a limple battery (a lesser included -
of tense of battery on law enforcement -
i officer); she was found guilty
sente need to Bradford County Jailfor a
3 i I t days. Other charges against I
GloV' I *r. assault and resisting arrest
withe wt violence, were dismissed :
Gk rver pled no contest unlawful $11 .
sale h or delivery of controlled .
subst! t Jance{ (violation of probation) ,
; I q, lii.i1 "\!: 48"Fluorescent- .
place.., nld on one year community con- f cash a' I c 40-Gallon ..
' '>\ troI. ,10 "": ." ''1 12'3 Grade 'cany- ... .. Glcctric

Br tan Scott Hudson pled no contest Ponderosa Water Workbench Light
sale 11 of cocaine; he was found guilty Pine V2"x 15" Kraft Faced Heater AI necessary hardware
ShelvingAvailable :
and sentenced to 3V4 years in the R-11 Insulation Perfect for the included
Dept irtment of Corrections. Hudson in lengths up to 16' Special energy savings construction j ment work garage or base-
Use in walls, floors or ceilings features for economical area Tubes extra
was arrested in Rock Pile II and -4 smooth surfaces 'Features opera- Some
agat: it In Rock: Pile III. Hudson also superior woodworking qualities when remodeling or adding a room ton High density(foam insulation assembly required 74663
pied I no contest to a violation of pro- Paint, or stain, 0135066,67,68 Lowers energy bills 13574 Dual heating elements 26302
batl*).' n charge and was sentenced to
I 3V4 JS' 'ears DOC concurrent.

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ay Anthony Hutchins pled no I .... ..... ry ,)"
con eat grand theft; placed on one _
year community control ordered to
mall e $575 restitution to Keystone : '
Couf sty Club.
') Ii 4 Arrests 88 ea 2' Wood
P)1) ocessed r Ladder
"" Latex Flat
In' December lrf'' Yellow/ Pine

Du' ring the month of December, KZUER l\1\ Plated hard-
174 t wrests were processed through L I. l '.ill ware Pmch
the 1lradford County Jail, accordingto I I ii er bar 92503,98124 proof spread
to st? Kenneth Etheridge. -_
Tit arrests included 132 felony, 24" Wood
125 'IJ, nisdemeanor, 24 driving under Louver _
Influ; once and 41 driving while a I.

liSt4;! use lie police officers. made 51 ar-, Finger-joint Bifold Door pine 288 .=:..

reel t, deputies made 104 arrests; 11 construction Oros .100 s..wry
arN its were made by Florida Gives privacy 16" Chainsaw -.-
High} away Patrol troopers,one arrest and allows for ventilation -
wart. made by Lawtey PD,one by the With track Interior With Carrying Case $188
I Broil Iker marshal one by Fresh and hardware 'tal'2 cu. in. engine -Sprocket-nose rIII 3.I 3.
Wag sr Fish and Game Commission, Pre-sanded Flat Latex,; Control Tip"guide bar'Solid state
twOf bond surrenders and three by 10640 4-PackCprDOr
Available In white or warm white ignition "Automatic chain oiling 8
.. -Pack
the 2ourt* Warranted colorfast for no fadelowkick chain 115 oz fuel tank ,AA Batteries
A total of 624 calls were receivedby # 96570' gebate
beauty'Quick drying 49901,3 # Aires
t{ ie dispatchers at the county jail. #9i3T95,e';
437 C :ails were listed as mlscellenous.n ,
Were felony investigations, eight _
mis, ling persons, 27 fires (struc- ___ I _
ttirawoods), 12 accident calls 28 I
asalits at accidents and 29 calls to I
bull flfllHtfMi" fi .
SIi eriff's deputies wrote 46 traffic ,
'cithpons/ ,served 331 civil papers and a s i'
prft dried escort for nine funeral pro- _
cen ions in December
ii liP Troopers H Whirlpool 2 To 3 HourS 790 ;.

)Imtinue License, .. _r_ _: .S150..onC.Fire Log. .. _.25C_ _-'''''a,<-y_
I : ehicle Inspectionsadford __ ,(Slogs)punha..
Il ..exp"eaicusJ 0 54C
I Limit I"0411.11
County :.=..
.e Florida Highway Patrol will 5Rar

v ;inducting cle: inspection driver checkpoints license dur-and t1t _
J teai.+ ,
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I :be week of Jan. 19 through Jan. t" d
/2$ a SR-21, SR-100 SR-230 SR-18. +i $
in CR-18. CR-16, Ca.21B. MAGHAKX.i; e S
i+ 125, CIt"USand OI-231 20" Remote
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I County.the Cordless Color TV178channel l
danger presentedby s" Capacity $369 total capability
to i be public: defective vehicle ,Screwdriver Washer. ',:" -Graphic control tuning system al 5 Lb. Bag
lplneat! Trooped will concen- -Forward/reverse switch-Continuous -8 cycle*4 water level.selections lows you to operate every function Bird Seed
tr efforts on vehicles being charge base*Bit storage cornBleach dispenser wash and from remote On-screen graphic Contains added
rated with defect such defective as baa partment High torque gearing spin speeds .4 wash and rinse displays Random access touch nutrients vitamins,
i ket worn tire and Easy to use 91705 temperatures 51284 tuning#54740LOUIE'S and minerals' for
,I .11 tw tf Ar iinm8nt. In addition, at- r..:_birds'92701
I '. gill be direCted to drivers
I (would violate the driver license

I'I'' Ii 6e Patrol J'Iorida.baa found these checkS -

, to be an effective means of en- _-
liDS the "miimient and driver -- with Guaranteed Low Prices!
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foil ie protection i County HOURS: 2708 NE WALDO RD. I LOUIE'S (I. [;_ :l:]
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FlorIda Highway Patrol willr.onctuctb1l1 Mon. thru FrlJ 8 AM-4 PMSat GAINESVILLEYOUR ,:X\: \,," 'fJ"
be driver license and : AM. 8 PM HAWK'A COW P YMJNTPL.AN.T*RiA' ..Vourendlt

c1e ction. checkpointsJdun- Sunj 10 AM S PM LUMBER NUMBER' =MM utMMtofy*two*0 No%'dawnpaynMnl der "raquimt.g R':'.:'OOto,36,
hi y:t-rcrrR- 30 nd 24 month.TIM 10 Indud/ .
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Dorothy Foster Lawtey died Sunday, Jan. 14. at his Skipper Crews, Jr. of Lawtey and ;a i m Wednesday Jan. 17, at the ficiating with burial in Evrc; / .
Dorothy Foster died Jessie E. Norman home following an extended Illness. Richard Crews of Lawley; two (Chapel: of Archie. Tannrr'Funeral Cemetery m-ar Slarke. AI..ll.. 1 I
Sunday night, Born and raised In Bradford County, brothers, John Crews Jr of Lawtey lI..ml"wilhH< "' IIoftJlanof-
Jan. 14, at St. ital, Mrs. Jessie.E. Norman, 90, of ? ; See rIlK' sL
Jacksonville. She move to Keystone Heights,died early Friday Mr. Crews had lived here his entire and Charlie Crews of Dundee; three \
Keystone Heights in 1976 from Jan. 12, at Alachua life. He was a truck driver for Ell sisters, Betty Williams and Mary liT
Jacksonville, living Jasmine Genera Hospital, Gainesville ington Construction Company, Lake Williams, both of Dundee and Mar- '
Street, prior to moving on to a following a brief illness. Born and Butler, and was of the Baptist faith. tha Blackburn of Lawteyi, and one .
nursing '
home In Jacksonville.Ms. raised in White Springs where she Survivors include his wife, grandchild. '; \ Jessie's Lounge nH
Foster is survived by her attended Hamilton County Schools Darlene Crews of Lawtey; two sons Funeral lIt'r\'lrr were held r.f i "" camLive

daughter and son-In-Iaw Alice and before moving to Starke in 1920, ..... .
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Leo Wojcinskl and grandson, David Mrs. Norman lived In Starke until U.S. 301 Starke R
Wpjclnskl 1, all of Keystone Heights. 1955 when she moved to Orlando J
Funeral services will be held at moving back to Starke about eight .fhb
Graveside on Thursday Jan. 18 at 2 months ago. She was the widow of Purple Gator Western Wear IIO{.
p.m. at Evergreen Cemetery in Ike Norman and was also a memberof Band
Jacksonville. George M. Howell & Heilbron Springs Baptist Church. Hwy 301 S. Starke 9 4480DNext Cab
Son Funeral Home is in charge of ar- Survivors include two daughters, 1U9
rangements. Mrs. Doris N. Ricks of Keystone tp Gator II Farm Supplyb Friday & Saturday Nights

Heights and Mrs. Dorothy Trent of Ladies,Blouses _
Orlando; one son, J.E. Norman of "
Elena T. PrichardElena Lawtey great grandchildren.;'nine grandchildren and 12 : 30-40 Off Steve Crew's' *' ;Ib

Townsend Prichard, 64, of Funeral services were held at 2 Sleeve Shirts .
Melrose, died Saturday, Jan. 6, In p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14, at the Chapelat Men's Long '0]
Melrose, as a result of Alzheimer's Archie Tanner Funeral Home 35% OffMen's )' ua
Disease. Born in Akron, Ohio, Mrs. with Elder James Land officiating. "WANTED ALIVE" 18ee :
Prichard was a homemaker and a Burial was in Dyal Cemetery in Work Boots
member of Keystone Heights United Bradford County with Archie Tan- 3*
Methodist Church. 2. $46.95 and ""U. ft
up '
ner Funeral Home in charge of ar
Survivors include two daughters, rangements. I Pool :T lit : '.
Laurie Prichard of Gainesville, and Open: CefJJff( itrgti11 e
Robin Prichard of Green Cove Spr- Skipper "Pete"Crews. Lay-A-Ways yAI' CD) Mon.-Sat ,

ings Huntsville; six sons ASa.Gregory Shawn Prichard Prichard of Sr. welcome 9-6 I

and Christopher Prichard of Mr. Skipper "Pete" Crews, Sr. of :, Open 6,Days A Week c
Gainesville,Peter Prichard of Mont- .
clair, N.J., Scott Lacey of New -.""q.I: .
Melford, Conn., Stephen Lacey of ;
Bloomington, Minn.; five sisters,
Violet Crosby of ;Starke, Marie !
Glisson of Keystone Heights, Grace :
Lowber of Monroe, Wash., Claire THE DAYS ARE I ]
Townsend of Atlanta, Ga. and Hazel
Collins of Jenkinsburg, Ga.; four ;
grandsons and two granddaughters. I
Services were held at 4 p.m.Tues-
day, Jan. 9, at Keystone Heights
United Methodist Church, Hwy 21,
with Rev. Richard Albury of ,.
ficiating.Burial WdS Friday,Jan.12, :II'
at Bald Hill Cemetery,Wilton,Conn. MumEku:
Contributions may be made to i
Alzheimers Disease Association, 70
E. Lake St., Chicago, Ill. 60601.

Catherine C. Kee

Mrs. Catherine C. Kee, 81,of High
Ridge Estates,Thursday, Jan. 11, in .
North Florida Regional Medical ,
Center, following a lengthy illness. BUT OUR NUMBERS
Born in Barnwell, S.C., Mrs. Kee I)
moved to Keystone Heights in 1978 1
from Inverness; was a member of
Friendship Bible Church, Keystone
Heights and was-a member of
Center.Keystone Heights Senior Service -JUST GOT BETTER

Survivors include her husband,
Kenneth C. Kee of Keystone
Heights; two stepdaughters,Lilnora
Flores, Osceola, Iowa and Janet
Kimmonb of Starke; one brother,
Tom Keels of Sumter, S.C.; two NOW CHRYSLER'Shas
sister, Lula'McRae of Melrose and
Jatiie Peple of Richmond, Va.;
seven grandchildren and four great
grandchildren iQjneral Erctfces\ for Mrs. fceej. I:. j ., ; 001
were: held atl.lI.m.ln Friendship< Bit .' .
ble Church, Saturday Jan. 13, with
Rev. Thomas C. Bowden officiating.
Burial was in Oak Ridge Cemeteryat '
Rochelle under the direction of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
JUST been
Heights. In lieu of flowers,donations expanded .
may be made to Friendship Bible
Church, P.O. 'Box 1007, Keystone

Heights,FL 32656Wallace O. "Pete"Sanford to include the following carlines "


82 Mr.;of Melrose Wallace;died O. "Pete"Monday Sanford, Jan. 8,, Chrysler LeBaron Coupe Chrysler New Yorker Salon Plymouth Acclaim I I

at the home of his daughter on Little
Swan Lake following a long illness. Chrysler LeBaron Convertible Chrysler Imperial Plymouth Laser I

Mr.Born Sanford in Marble moved Valley to ,Melrose Alabama in, Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Ave. Chrysler Town & Country Plymouth Voyager

1987 from Panama City. He was a Chrysler New Yorker Landau Plymouth Sundance Plymouth Grand Voyager :
member of Church of Christ, ,.
Daytona Beach; and retired in 1969
as a foreman with Florida Power &
Light Company, Daytona Beach.

Survivors Include two daughters',
Lila S. Vary of Melrose and VirginiaS. "
Fortenberry of Harbor Oaks; two '
brothers,Dan Sanford of East Point,
Ga. and Thomas Sanford of Van-
couver, Wash.; three grand
daughters and one great grand1- : BATE

daughter.Funeral services for Mr. Sanford 'NOW get a 51 1 GUARANTEED +

were held at 1 p.m. at graveside on ,. Guaranteed means that lithe rebate goes up anytime
Jan. 15,with Dr.E.Winson
Butler officiating. Burial was in .' this model year after January 31st.
Bellevue Memory Gardens,Daytona Beach, under the direction of Jones :
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.In I
lieu of flowers donations may be
made to North Central Florida

Hospice Gainesville, ,FL P.O.32604.Box 15235, on EVERY CAR we've listed which is '

Sean M. GriffisMr. i
EVERY CAR we sell. c'i
Sean M. Griffis, 22, of '
Keystone Heights, died Thursday,

Jan.,11 Mr.,In Griffis Melrose.moved Born to In Keystone Jacksonville REMEMBER, the days are numbered the offer is limited '.'

Church Heights 1981. He,from attended Keystone Buckhannon Friendship Heights,W.;Va.Bible was in and your time is running out! Offer expires Jan. 31 1990.) :( '

employed as a machine operator for 1 .\ *
Georgia-Pacific Mill In Hawthorne 1\\
and was a 1986 graduate of Keystone s
Heights High School. '" TERWUXEGAR REVELS ,,: ',. : 1
Survivors Include his mother and .! k. 141 Wfcst Madison Street lUTiON.OrvmiyfeemirGr t' .r .' ,. :1
stepfather. Ernesting "Tina" and ,' t Starke, FL f n Clove: Springs. FL ,'. ;.
Heights "'E ,
Austin Moody of Keystone ; (9OfJ964-9000 CXXJ2&124J8CHRYSLER '
Arthur R. Griffis of "
his father, -1 .r"j
Jacksonville; three brothers Scott I. .. i \1'. j '1.'
Griffis of Keystone Heights : ,' '
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Beach, ... .. '''
Maverick Griffis of Myrtle : REGIONAL ...r' .
S.C., and Chad Moody of Keystone CARUSO YARBROUGH :
Heights one sister, Katrina Moodyof CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH.... INC. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH CHRTSIZ&!: -PLYMOUTH .. "j
Keystone Heights; two stepbrothers 1750 Southnlde Blvd. f'2O1 Son Marco Avenue 1961HIJhwayAIAEw"t ;
Mark Moody of Cocoa and J ckaonv\Jk!.FL St.Aufpnlliip,FL -' 'I\deen. .'
Ricky Moody of Melbourne; his : : 7 ', ( ) 725-7300 (9Of/.S29.6tiJI 'IfXHI MI-38 .:;

Geraldine grandparents Griffis, Bell of Brown Salt Springs of Starke andClara 'TI'yn'I j "t'I 1.1 : : ",,';' ,;: .'I't 7

Burger of Gainesville. BECK CITY' Mon. .
Funeral services for Mr. Griffis ,., N :. RIVER CHR1'8LER-PaIIOUT11INC. '
were held at 3 p.m. In KeystoneHeights. c CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH. INC. .r J
First Assembly of God :; : '
Church on Sunday, Jan. 14, with .: ; ( i :
Rev. Ken Pippin and Rev. ThomasC. ( /
Bowden officiating.Burial was In --"
Hope Cemetery, Theresa, urder the
direction of Jones Funeral Home of 'MII .iUk('drljYrr" )'<"w liru D'l' ((1t'nit'r stu-k hy Jnniiary :lilst 8tu Hisilcr.: forilctiiils" : ;tint) uiriiiirril; ; dniin; r D'ru t. Hrdiitr.. oa'tl! | ilinmiili,: St'I'It'II1I"'r|'' :>uh. \, "

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Students at Bradford'Union Vo,tech are shown in a variety of settings learning a new career.
.,,-'''' In the cosmetology: class,from left to right:Cathy Kelly Amy Slayton,Tammy Babich and Joy Frizzell!
learn how to make their future customer beautiful.
i.. At upper right,student In Instructor Lea Boone'(at far left)shows his M 11!ents how to take apart a
\ tranmlsslon.From left to rights Jody Shepard,Frank Browning David Barker,Johnny Prescott and Russell
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advantage ui and,don't." com- are also very reasonably priced avanaoic.jor those who might
mented Vo-Tech Director Jim especially,when you consider 'have trouble comli.g up with FROM
Ward on a recent tour throughthe that you might be able to Im- their fees right away.
school. "So many of our local prove your earning level from "We can arrange time pay- r
citizens both older and younger the minute you finish and get a ments that can make It very $32900GSD400 AG
students could benefit from a new Job. It's something that will easy to pay."Ward said. "Give us
career change that could im- Improve your life from day-one." ,a:call and we'll get you on the
prove their earning level. We Creative financing Is also 'road, to a new career." (
have a fine group fo enthusiastic l'
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wonder how many people out
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applications ford-Union Vo-Tech for a new Is semesternow taking YOUR COZY FIRE, ( ( ( \ .
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classes might be much easier BUT NOT THE
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equipment and have veteran T WATER FUSS?
teachers who take an Interest In
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Union County Tigers: Beat Chid land. Fall to Baker.. Cia

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and Union 2-? in High Dlst.8-2A dropped i in to a 3 1'Z\Y'k. over-all Kotuloll Hugging II). Union high absorbed! a 68-46 Dist. DiatB-2A.. Union was! '6-tt, 2.2 inlist.82A. UHS fhiolland r:iI'nion three 3-pointers In (the( 1'IIIIII'"lnulc'I
( Center Kondoll llugginH lid UHS to make Ita close finish.
basketball.The 8tA"IIS: \ on the road at Clay High led It
High or 10 pints IIIIH>I .
with 22: points Chris tlO luHl Jan. 14. 14 la 10 10 <
Tigers beal Saturday night UnlMiHIlll of the M'f-mid half for SW-IU
Chlcli-nd a : win over
last Friday, then lost 68-46 Saturday 0 U 12 J' .l renter Kondoll Hugginr. led the CI Union yHI.h Mlftll Huli.I.H. II.-".10....tl 100! Ho,*.. Chicriaml' High last Friday Jan. 12. Unkn Hlfhi" Ch.,.........t)../..II Kendall Hug.
night aL Clay High, and lost 772: to D'.e. IS 14 "I '* 71IMP. I:iWS| with 12 points 32.0. Ho4tu 2.1.1. M W.M t**n. Ill UHS used l a combination of u zone'di 0177.7.1/2.11. ..''.'u.. 1.777.11.7, Mkhxl. .Ho,..
,..IMV .. .. t'luy broke open a do, by W kk I''',. (Mplixn 1.0.1. Hornon I III. rm.l l.f .fcnMe I.>/l I D. W h 111.1.. Utorcui 01.v 4 1 II'
Dixie County in the I/US/ gym Tues- Hlghi' H d. n t '/'.11.Hu..' .11.1/.11 Koine man-to-mun, and M.W.kk .D/Iol..,... I..ltII!
day night, Jan. 16. j........ 1...!. Wrilk HI'. ..II_..' 1..'23M.W.h01.0.10 irtitrti\ >"rlnft UHS 21-10 in. the (Hurd1"'I'ulfllmd 30.6/22-U.ci. tachiM iu.. ...,, I"lMI'11! u !lilllu bit to beat'hifiliiiid: Chltfflandl Onvll 7,1.1/24." 4.,. I I 1.1 I I Miditdat4f ,,'
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.. Nnmm lI. 20.6/,42... .. 19.10 in the fourth pi-nod 4-3-II.LeI_1.14.Martin t.0.4. .........*t 0.fH 'e lieu i 1"11tIS.: hv 'two 'in the lirsl 14. Vort 11I/1U. t..1 toil Inlol.
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Upcoming... ,r ..1*. >utl. 40/Ji fennMt f./*!/. I 0.M ( .1. .hll. "/ M .It' IIMIII Chirllund hit Ugh..hoo..?. Ho..'.. II ........ 11i 1
and 211-24 at the half.
UIIS is at home against PK ...n.'1/4't.TotaUi, to \1M flUHS period t'roiK Jackson scored 22 [mints .... .. .. .. .. ..
Yonge High of Gainesville tomorrow and hud 10 rebounds Clay huh. i SSCaareOCCCCtttHMMMi* W&KfW&fytififi&eif; sswsp
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Rondoll Huggliu! ,center for the UC3IS vanity basketball team wemi pleaded with hb accomplishment&m ra

7:30 Union -- - - - - - -
Varsity game : p.m.

Gainesville.beat PKY 60-48 Dec 11: in I Now is the best time to get aquainted with SiI 0.V
Tuesday. one of the top lawn service's in this areaMcDufflo's : J'25to50Off
Next Jan. 23, UHS goes ATTENTILI I Lawn Sorvle '
to Williston.JV ,6 Varsity
game,.7:30: p.m. UHS won.53-39 in I I We offer just what you want and Just what you a:
the Tiger gym Jan. 5. I need-year round, at your localion.Next .

Friday, Jan.26, UHS is home How 'we dobusiness of, E H'S S 1 ; Joan's fFIJSIIWTLS

against Newberry. JV game, U p.m. : # .A I 1
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58-49 Jan. 9 in Newberry / Free Estimates ..:::> uB.I a
Written Contracts ?
UHS 62 Dixie Co. 77 Monthly Payment Plan RinoNi"' w. .... / Noo y- 1 E The Finest in Ladies Fashions
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half but two quick Tiger turnovers in I Monthly Customer 1
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better teams in the area, went on to< 1 Best Equipment 1 964-7651 Mastercard
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turnovers,which Dixie County I, Trimming-Sweeping Wood Chip Mulching McDuffffie's. Lawn'Service I Ito .We'remore..doubling.tha.slzeutf our._Part& &.ervice Depart,. -
converted into baskets and went on I Rower Bed WorkRaking 964-6533 I ments to better serve.the Gainesville Metro Area consumers.I I"
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Tigers 50-38 in the second half. Union !) Owner/Michael McDuffie I fV\..,
could not work back into the game, I Fertilizing I
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New Classes Set at B-U VoTechA

class for 'lu'liniii.iu-- ii t A sewing and clothing cmsUK! as labi"tc and pattern selection, setting .
General Class Aricur: I.."itm lion class will be offered i hI Hit I \'"i machine use and'III't' und IMSUHolhmu "
License will he held ,II Kruillnid. Tech on Tuesday evenings. IHU.IIII! "i..i' 'ii IK'lion ii'citiniiiifs FRIED CHICKEN -
Union Vrts.-h beg/ .aim 'lm>sili\ Ing January 21: from 7.no-H' ''0' i I'> "I>
lan ii: at 7 pin, There I: ,<,n l u-c i hid' The class will meet in.the hll'i i 11 bnu' Class fee will be $27 plus the supplies .
students will be "tpiHUa( m uu i Economics Room und will. '." n< you will need to complete! \ your FACTORY INC.Never
their own text ('OIl Dimllonl, v >; .for nine weeks garment For more. infoini.ilum, .
Tech Baker '", contact the Vo-Tci. h III tn.4; i.iutc
or Floyd 471: 1> \
....,. 1':1t.1i'roe: : . J before has it been so good...

Nurses Courses"r. tt SUNDAY NIGHT

By Being Santa Offered Fe for your flaw blocJs ceramic tile, marble&quarry tile needs. January 21st 1990 gIED ICKBN

election of floor the &
Three to Large
courses help nurses meet

(Florida's continuing will be education offered leluirements In decorative glass| block }I, I II ALL THE FRIED CmCY.ENopen, I 904-964-4415 MIII

January by Santa Fe Community Proud distributorsof I 6 a.m. Hwy! 301 S. Starke, Ft H.L. Dye

College, "Intravenous n Pee Dee Pavers YOU CAN EAT.
course pf 32 contact TherUfY". ot" Irl 1 No doggie bags Mixed chicken only
fered January 13, 20 and il. and
February 3 and 10 from 8:4": > u.in. to 2408 N Waldo Road $499 TIME 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. only
3:00 p,m. in building W. room JHI Gainesville FL
Gainesville On January III.IIIS 377-5344 + tax Come Join Us
Update", a course ol four IOMI.UI
hours, will be offered Ironi (>-Id pin
This course meets the educational
requirements of the Florida Board
of Nursing for HIV/AIDS edui-.ition
"Child Abuse", a course ot MX ion
tact hours, is January 27 Irom H.4..
a.m. to 3:15: p.m. A
There is a $50 foe for the 'Intravenous '
Therapy" course and a
$16 fee for the other courses The
"AIDS Update" and "Child Abuse v, i
courses are In building W. room !2>).
Gainesville Call Faye Wilson nmr
dmator for continuing oduc.ition
395-5703, 5724.Summer "t15S


Camp Time ,
Will Soon Be HereTo

earn your discount for 1990 at
beautiful Camp Gilead, hero'x all F
you do Kids, grades 2-7 join the HI-
bleMailboxClubandcomplt.It.seveB 0
15th.You free bible lessons by April % 1os

will receive a special pine
certificate and your Camp Discount'
Don't miss out on the fun hurry and
enroll now!
Call 473.4782 or,send name, ad. D
dress age grade, parent or Ituar-
dian's name, Kip and phone number
to CBM Ministries, Inc., P.O. Box "
398, Keystone Heights, FL J.b5t! .
Free courses for teens: and adults, '
are also available
CBM Ministries is nondenominational .
working in the area
for 38 years

Teen MessagesTo
Be DiscussedAt

First Assembly of God! '
Is1 We w*deduct torn the
On Jan 21, at 6 p.m., you will have BUY toeMlon n (mount In which equtf to the eele< mi iMmhMe Me lor price the, t
the opportunity to experience the ((Eumpkn ewe cot.we iwMfig your purahu*
life-changing messages ol t the NOW LI' ioul puehete price of 4H.thai.we MimM win.cMMoui) *the
Florida Teen Challenge Ministriesat
First Assembly of God, located at ;.
the corner of Hwy 16 W and victim AND n
St in Starke
Teen Challenge ol Flond.ii'''SAVE!
ministers to men and women who,.
once had a life controlling problem: ,.'+' r
such as drug addition and
alcoholism. Only when they experience .
the truth of Jesus Christ LOOK WHAT QTYJnBtfT FUAJUNCE :
are these individuals truly set tree
from the things that once controlled T > PRICE

them.If you know someone who is suiter W E POll N D Irresistible ODD LOVESEATS Closeout Prices Hurryl- Attractive! ( Styles & Fabrics With <:;I ",. ., ..np ;)
ing from any of these problems you .." <
to them to
are encouraged bring
hear the life-changing testimonies ol e SOME DISCONTINUED ITEMS! 2 RECLINERS Easy Care Saddle Brown Cover-3 Position )
how Jesus Christ has set them tree Recliners These Won t Last Long r. ye
from crack, alcohol, prescription SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND ITEMS!
drugs, and Immoral life-styles 2 SLEEPER I LOVESEAT COMBOS Queen Size
There will be singing and preachingfrom e SOME DENTED/SCRATCHED ITEMS! Innerspring Mattress Sleeper With Matching Loveseat. Floor Sample Priced S32, ,j e 'J 4t..J8
the word of God .
Pastor Ed Day and the First 4 CHERRY FINISH
Assembly you to of this God special church meeting family and invite 4 p C (Plush Lined With Make-Up JEWELRY CABINETS SPECIAL In Box. ',J $134 $1 6' 6

to bring a friend. For more informa- 2 IJ6 pC. SECTIONAL GROUPSlncludesTwoSofa

tion, please call 964-6971 "Tables Seating Areas With Matching Upholstered Comer, Cocktail and Two-End (,3\' S 11" Of"588

CrosbyKellyReunion 4 fII LIVING ROOM TABLES
Stunning( Two Level Oak
Set *I if" "II has Tables tlirroredAcceras I Trimmed In Brass. Top Level has Beveled Glass and Bottom ,. $57' 1 2 2

The annual Crosby/Kelly reunion
will be held Sunday Jan, 21, 19'.10, at 2' FAMONS SEALY QUEEN MATTRESS SET ,1"\ .. '':; '"
Bayless Highway Baptist Church, sett "Backsaver" Firm Support Closeout .(\1 Ii ,.,33

Starke.Lunch will be served at 1 p.m, 2 EI. EGANT CHERRY FINISH BEDROOM ....
is Invited to attendObituaries, sets By Hart Includes'Rlce-carvad'Headboard a fooibomde 1 4 ,
Everyone Mliror hasl AND Nigh'stand.' HURRY! Droewt Pediment" "j"...," 6

sets YOUR CHOICE of Table and Four Side Chairs OR 2 pc China "'r' ",J J ,.

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ner Funeral Home of Starke was in -- Hurry( Priced '
charge of arrangements. BRASS & GLASS 4 e4:: / '\,1.1

COCKTAIL TABLE OR 6 TABLE STEREO SYSTEM Includes Amplifier Unit 1 '. : .
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Malcolm Harrell LAMP END with Dual Cassettes AM/FM Radio and Two Efficient Speakers Sa' ( A: -t,_ .: /.2

Mr. Malcolm O Harrell, 86, of TABLE FISH COOKERS
Brooker, died Monday, January 15, t' 18 BLOWOUT PRICED! 135,000 BTU Burner 13 qt, pot o 1 r' $4" 8
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at his home following an extended illness YOUR 39 vc ,
Born in Brooker, Mr. Harrell CHOICE
had lived there his entire lifetime.He 5 CEDAR CHESTS Your Choice of Beautiful'Oak or t ;"'J : ,r/vi
was engaged in farming, cattle Unique brass finished table base with smoke glasi! : Cherry Cabinets With Padded Tops Valentine Priced "u I I iJ
raising ana timber growing. He wasa tabletop.EndtableincludeslampwhhdewMtIVe II SINGER CHERRY
member of the Brooker Baptist shade 2 Your Choice of FINISH DINING ROOM COMBOS. .('
Church and served as a deacon for 49 II or Spacious 2 pc Double. China Pedlstal Table& Four"Queen Anne Side Chairs ., 1 .1'7
years. He also served as mayor for ..
the town of Brooker for 16 years and PINE FINISH 4 5 pc. CONTEMPORARY DINETTE I
Beautiful "ry .
as Farmers' manager Market of the for Brooker 14 years.State He 4-DR. CHEST Brass and Oak Design with Glass Top Insert and Four Chairs 0 .I t Wi 6.;6

was sioner a from Bradford 1940 to County 1960; serving Commis-11 I 5 BEAN BAGS Durable Vinyl. Only 5 left : j 0$ i i2 $ 'I; .r.t18;:
years as chairman of the board. He K88JHandy
of the Pine' Hill ONLY
was a .
Masonic Lodge in Brooker F & AM. $ 3 HEATER I VIBRATOR RECLINERS Experience :, .
Survivors include his wife, 4-drawm chest great for when the Soothing Comfort Found Only In these Unique Recliners 'v. Ii/.1. 8
Mildred Cone Harrell of Brooker; extra space la needed. Pine finish with
one daughter Anna Katherine Perry 'y brass.finished. hardware SELF 2 5 pc. LIVING ROOM includes' Sofa&Chair with Solid $ ... '
of Gainesville; one son, William DELIVERY sets Wood Cocktail and Two End Tablos ie j N dd 296ELECTRONICS
Malcolm Harrell of Brooker; five
grandchildren and,one great grand ADVERTISEDPRICE$ Man Other Items too umerous o

child. GOOD AT THIS ,
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Funeral services for Mr, Harrell
will be held Thursday,.Jan. 18, at 2 a > STORE ONLY nl
the Brooker Baptist Church
p m. in
with Rev. Charles R. Green officiating FARMERS... _........_...._
will follow in New Just-
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